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    • Development and internal validation of clinical prediction models for outcomes of complicated intra-abdominal infection 

      Ahmed, S.; Bonnett, L.; Melhuish, A.; Adil, M. T.; Aggarwal, I.; Ali, W.; Bennett, J.; Boldock, E.; Burns, F. A.; Czarniak, E.; Dennis, R.; Flower, B.; Fok, R.; Goodman, A. L.; Halai, S.; Hanna, T.; Hashem, M.; Hodgson, S. H.; Hughes, G.; Hurndall, K.-H.; Hyland, R.; Iqbal, M. R.; Jarchow-MacDonald, A.; Kailavasan, M.; Klimovskij, M.; Laliotis, A.; Lambourne, J.; Lawday, S.; Lee, F.; Lindsey, B.; Lund, J. N.; Mabayoje, D. A.; Malik, K. I.; Muir, A.; Narula, H. S.; Ofor, U.; Parsons, H.; Pavelle, T.; Prescott, K.; Rajgopal, A.; Roy, I.; Sagar, J.; Scarborough, C.; Shaikh, S.; Smart, C. J.; Snape, S.; Tabaqchali, M. A.; Tennakoon, A.; Tilley, R.; Vink, E.; White, L.; Burke, D.; Kirby, A. (Wiley, 2021-04-30)
      BACKGROUND: Complicated intra-abdominal infections (cIAIs) are associated with significant morbidity and mortality. The aim of this study was to describe the clinical characteristics of patients with cIAI in a multicentre ...
    • An Evaluation of the Role of Simulation Training for Teaching Surgical Skills in Sub-Saharan Africa. 

      Campain, Nick J.; Kailavasan, M.; Chalwe, M.; Gobeze, A. A.; Teferi, G.; Lane, R.; Biyani, C. S. (Springer, 2017-10-11)
      An estimated 5 billion people worldwide lack access to any surgical care, whilst surgical conditions account for 11-30% of the global burden of disease. Maximizing the effectiveness of surgical training is imperative to ...