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Effectiveness of a multicomponent safe surgery intervention on improving surgical quality in Tanzania's Lake Zone: protocol for a quasi-experimental study.

著者 Alidina S , Kuchukhidze S , Menon G , Citron I , Lama TN , Meara J , Barash D , Hellar A , Kapologwe NA , Maina E , Reynolds C , Staffa SJ , Troxel A , Varghese A , Zurakowski D , Ulisubisya M , Maongezi S
BMJ Open.2019 Oct 07 ; 9(10):e031800.
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Effective, scalable strategies for improving surgical quality are urgently needed in low-income and middle-income countries; however, there is a dearth of evidence about what strategies are most effective. This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of Safe Surgery 2020, a multicomponent intervention focused on strengthening five areas: leadership and teamwork, safe surgical and anaesthesia practices, sterilisation, data quality and infrastructure to improve surgical quality in Tanzania. We hypothesise that Safe Surgery 2020 will (1) increase adherence to surgical quality processes around safety, teamwork and communication and data quality in the short term and (2) reduce complications from surgical site infections, postoperative sepsis and maternal sepsis in the medium term.
PMID: 31594896 [PubMed - in process]
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