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24.01.2023 | original article

Changes in diagnosis and management of anastomotic leakage after esophagectomy for underlying malignancy reduce postoperative mortality and improve patient outcome

Anastomotic leakage (AL) following esophagectomy is the most feared complication and is associated with increased morbidity, mortality, increased intensive care unit (ICU) stay, overall hospital stay, and costs [ 1 , 2 ]. Over the past two decades …

verfasst von:
FACS Dr. med. Nader El-Sourani, Sorin Miftode, Achim Troja, Fadl Alfarawan, Maximilian Bockhorn

06.10.2022 | original article

Postoperative driving ability after appendectomy

After appendectomy surgery, physicians are often confronted with questions regarding the patient’s driving ability. This question is obviously important for the safety of patients as well as other road users. Driving mobility in daily living is …

verfasst von:
Patrick Schreiter, Caecilia Ng, Markus Süss, Lukas Moroder, Dietmar Dammerer, Thomas Schmid, Michael Liebensteiner