This cohort study assesses the association between surgeon sex and health care costs following common elective and emergent surgical procedures.
This cohort study of surgical patients from hospitals in Ethiopia examines whether adherence to infection prevention and control standards and rates of postoperative infections improved in a low-income surgical infection prevention program after the program was updated and refined.
This cross-sectional study examines the surgical workforce in all counties across the US from 2010 to 2020.
This cohort study evaluates risk of mortality following surgery in patients with prior cerebrovascular injury by time elapsed since the event.
This article discusses the function and capabilities of brain computer interfaces as a novel approach to rehabilitation for a variety of neurological disorders.
This study describes financial implications of the merit-based incentive payment system for surgical health care professionals.
This cohort study assesses whether there are differences in adverse outcomes between pregnant patients with acute cholecystitis who do or do not receive cholecystectomy.
This cross-sectional study evaluates the demographic accuracy of surgeon representations generated by 3 artificial intelligence text-to-image models compared to real-work attending surgeons and trainees.
This study assesses the ability of a comprehensive system of safety checklist reimplementation to change behavior, enhance safety culture, and improve outcomes for surgical patients.
This diagnostic/prognostic study evaluates the 2 × 24-hour predischarge opioid consumption guideline for opioid prescribing.
This Viewpoint discusses a potential shift from academic surgery’s triple-threat paradigm (provide high-quality clinical care, perform primary research, and train residents and students) to defining success in ways that allow individual surgeons to focus on their own path based on intrinsic motivation and curiosity.
This randomized clinical trial investigates the effectiveness of laser epilation as an adjunct to standard care compared with standard care alone in reducing pilonidal disease recurrence.
This cohort study examines changes in the proportion of laparoscopic intraperitoneal onlay mesh procedures performed for hernia repair in Denmark since initial description of the procedure.
This cohort study uses kidney donor information from the United Network for Organ Sharing to investigate if machine learning and natural language processes can predict donors with kidneys that are not used for organ transplant.
This cross-sectional study uses the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project State Inpatient Database to assess which social determinants of health are associated with high amputation rates in the most populous US counties.
This narrative review describes the use of liquid biopsy in making treatment decisions for patients with cancer, including in early-stage and resectable disease, and the potential to significantly improve care.
This cohort study compares the rates emergency department visits after cholecystectomy, transurethral resection of the prostate, and knee arthroplasty at freestanding ambulatory surgery centers vs hospital-owned surgery centers.