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The impact of the creation of a venous surgical centre within the department of cardiovascular surgery at a university hospital

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Published in Phlebology. 2007, vol. 22, no. 2, p. 70-4
Abstract The establishment of specialty vein clinics has proven beneficial in terms of expansion of clinical volume. Depending on the local situation, the creation of a venous surgical centre may, in addition, result in better collaboration between various specialties, enable active participation in the development and evaluation of new treatment modalities, offer better training/education and provide venues for more complex treatment modalities such as reconstructive surgery of the deep venous system.
Keywords Attitude of Health PersonnelCardiology Service, Hospital/organization & administration/utilizationContinuity of Patient CareEducation, Medical, GraduateHospitals, University/organization & administration/utilizationHumansInterdisciplinary CommunicationPatient Care TeamPatient SatisfactionProgram EvaluationQuality of Health CareQuestionnairesReferral and ConsultationSurgery Department, Hospital/organization & administration/utilizationSwitzerlandTreatment OutcomeVascular Surgical Procedures/adverse effects/education/organization & administration/utilizationVeins/surgery
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CHRISTENSON, Jan. The impact of the creation of a venous surgical centre within the department of cardiovascular surgery at a university hospital. In: Phlebology, 2007, vol. 22, n° 2, p. 70-4. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:34771

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