When surgeons face intraoperative challenges: a naturalistic model of surgical decision making – Forum

Date: 2013-02-01

Reference number: OPUSeJ 201302011948SIC

Links: published article http://www.americanjournalofsurgery.com/article/S0002-9610(12)00577-6/abstract

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Title: When surgeons face intraoperative challenges: a naturalistic model of surgical decision making

Authors: Sayra M. Cristancho, Meredith Vanstone, Lorelei Lingard, Marie-Eve LeBel and Michael Ott.

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Citation: Cristancho, S M et al, 2013, “When surgeons face intraoperative challenges: a naturalistic model of surgical decision making”, The American Journal of Surgery 205: 2, 156-162. http://www.americanjournalofsurgery.com/article/S0002-9610(12)00577-6/abstract

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