Volume-outcome relationship of liver surgery: a nationwide analysis

P.B. Olthof*, A.K.E. Elfrink, E. Marra, E.J.T. Belt, P.B. van den Boezem, K. Bosscha, E.C.J. Consten, M. den Dulk, P.D. Gobardhan, J. Hagendoorn, T.N.T. van Heek, J.N.M. IJzermans, J.M. Klaase, K.F.D. Kuhlmann, W.K.G. Leclercq, M.S.L. Liem, E.R. Manusama, H.A. Marsman, J.S.D. Mieog, S.J. OosterlingG.A. Patijn, W. te Riele, R.J. Swijnenburg, H. Torrenga, P. van Duijvendijk, M. Vermaas, N.F.M. Kok, D.J. Grunhagen, Dutch Hepato Biliary Audit Group, Kees Dejong

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14 Citations (Web of Science)
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)917-926
Number of pages10
JournalBritish Journal of Surgery
Volume107
Issue number7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2020

Keywords

  • hepatic resection
  • hospital volume
  • operative mortality
  • population-based-analysis
  • postoperative mortality
  • risk
  • survival
  • tertiary referral centers
  • trends
  • SURVIVAL
  • TERTIARY REFERRAL CENTERS
  • RISK
  • POSTOPERATIVE MORTALITY
  • HEPATIC RESECTION
  • TRENDS
  • POPULATION-BASED-ANALYSIS
  • OPERATIVE MORTALITY
  • HOSPITAL VOLUME

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