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Prognostic Factors in the Management of the Open Abdomen
Prognostic Factors in the Management of the Open Abdomen
Document number : 181761
Created by: Adam Cristaudo, 2015-08-27
Last revised by: Emma Anderson, 2016-06-28 Verified: 2017-09-08
Document created in: James Cook University

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Summary

Scientific title

Prognostic Factors in the Management of the Open Abdomen

Abstract for the general public

The use of the open abdomen technique for managing abdominal catastrophes has become the standard of care in the past decades. Our research intends to systematically review the current literature for prognostic factors in the management of the open abdomen and an analysis of three hospital databases using these prognostic factors.

Information for classification purposes

Date commenced

2015-02-02

Advisors, co-workers, project organisation and funding

Tutor

Ronny Gunnarsson
Docent, James Cook University Australia and R&D unit for primary health care Sodra Alvsborg County Sweden

Ethics and other project databases

Waiver of the need for individual consent

A waiver of the need for individual consent is not and will not be applied for

Outcome

Principal investigators assessment of implementation

checked Strong implementation locally
checked Some implementation nation wide
checked Some implementation internationally


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