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THORACIC General Thoracic Surgery
Simultaneous Scientific Session
TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2015 | 2:00 - 5:35 pm
Moderators: *Thomas K. Waddell & *Yolonda L. Colson
68. Unexpected Readmission after Lung Cancer Surgery: A Benign Event?
Varun Puri, Aalok Patel, *Traves D. Crabtree, Jennifer M. Bell, *A. Sasha Krupnick, Stephen Broderick, *Daniel Kreisel, G. Alexander Patterson, *Bryan F. Meyers
Washington University, Saint Louis, MO
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69. Complexity of Case Mix is an Independent Predictor of Mortlaity After Esophagectomy in a Nationwide Inpatient Sample Data Analysis
Matthew L. Inra, Elizabeth B. Habermann, Kristine M. Thomsen, *Mark S. Allen, *Stephen D. Cassivi, *Francis C. Nichols, K. Robert Shen, *Dennis Wigle, *Shanda H. Blackmon
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
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70. Development of a Nomogram for Predicting Outcomes after Sublobar Resection for lung cancer; An Analysis from ACOSOG Z4032 (Alliance), a Randomized Trial
Michael Kent1, Sumithra Mandrekar2, *Rodney Landreneau3, *Francis Nichols2, Nathan Foster2, Thomas Dipetrillo4, *Brian Meyers5, Dwight Heron6, *David Jones7, Angelina Tan2, Sandra Starnes8, *Joe Putnam9, *Hiran Fernando10
1Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA; 2Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MA; 3Ochsner Medical Center, New Orleans, LA; 4Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI; 5Washington University, St Louis, MO; 6University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; 7Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY; 8University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; 9Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN; 10Boston University, Boston, MA
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71. Esophageal Perforation in Europe - A Multinational Study using the Pittsburgh Esophageal Perforation Severity Scoring System
Michael Schweigert1, Hugo Santos Sousa2, Steve Eubanks3, Norbert Solymosi3, Aleksandar Yankulov4, Marta Jiménez Fernández5, Rory Beattie6, Attila Dubecz7, Charlotte Rabl8, Rudolf J. Stadlhuber8, Dietmar Ofner8, Jim McGuigan6, Helmut Witzigmann1, Hubert J. Stein7
1Städtisches Klinikum Dresden Friedrichstadt, Dresden, Germany; 2Hospital São João, Porto, Portugal; 3Szent István University, Budapest, Hungary; 4Medical University of Plovdiv, Plovdiv, Bulgaria; 5Hospital Universitario de la Princesa, Madrid, Spain; 6Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, United Kingdom; 7Klinikum Nuremberg, Nürnberg, Germany; 8Paracelsus Medical University, Salzburg, Austria
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72. Baseline Measure of Health-related Quality of Life (FACT-E) Predicts Overall Survival in Esophageal Cancer Patients
Biniam Kidane, Joanne Sulman, Wei Xu, Qin Quinn Kong, Rebecca Wong, Jennifer J. Knox, *Gail E. Darling
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
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3:40 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. COFFEE BREAK
73. The effect of Surgeon Volume on Procedure Selection in Non-small Cell Lung Cancer Surgery
Ivana Camposilvan, Noori Aktar-Danesh, Laura Schneider, Colin Schieman, Wael C. Hanna, Yaron Shargall, Christian J. Finley
McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
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74. The Integrated Comprehensive Care (ICC) Program: A Novel Home Care Initiative after Major Thoracic Surgery
Yaron Shargall1, Wael C. Hanna1, Colin Schieman1, Christian J. Finley1, Laura Schneider1, Anna Tran2, Carolyn Gosse2, James M. Bowen1, Gord Blackhouse1, Kevin Smith2
1McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada; 2St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton, Hamilton, ON, Canada
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AATS Guidelines: Management of Empyema
*K. Robert Shen, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
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Late-Breaking Clinical Trial
LB3. Lung Cancer Screening by Quantitative Analysis of Exhaled Carbonyl Compounds
Erin M. Schumer, Victor H. van Berkel, Jaimin R. Trivedi, Mingxiao Li, Xiao-An Fu, Michael Bousamra, II
University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
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