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MediSur

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CRUZ RODRIGUEZ, Javier. ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURES GUIDE FOR PERFORMING MAJOR AMBULATORY AND SHORT-STAY SURGERY IN COORDINATION WITH THE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE TEAM. Medisur [online]. 2015, vol.13, n.5, pp.681-707. ISSN 1727-897X.

Currently, there are constraints on coordination between the primary and secondary levels of care, and we lack a regulatory document for surgical activity in major ambulatory and short-stay surgery, which affects the quality of this modality of care. Such reasons led to the design of the "Organization and Procedures Guide for Performing Major Ambulatory and Short-stay Surgery in Coordination with the Primary Health Care Team". The guide was assessed by 90 experts with experience in the primary and secondary levels of care, who endorsed the quality and relevance of the proposal. It contains recommendations to help primary and secondary care professionals involved in surgical care to select the most appropriate approach to conditions treated by means of ambulatory or short-stay surgery. The recommendations are based on the latest available scientific evidence supporting the use of ambulatory surgery, short-stay surgery and home hospitalization.

Palabras clave : ambulatory surgical procedures; organization and administration; health services; primary health care; guidelines as topic.

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