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by Biccard, Bruce M and Madiba, Thandinkosi E and Kluyts, Hyla-Louise and Munlemvo, Dolly M and Madzimbamuto, Farai and Madzimbamuto, Farai D and Basenero, Apollo and Gordon, Christina Salmina and Gordon, Christina S and Youssouf, Coulibaly and Rakotoarison, RR and Rakotoarison, Sylvia R and Gobin, Veekash and Samateh, Ahmadou L and Sani, Chaibou M and Omigbodun, Akinyinka O and Amanor-Boadu, Simbo D and Tumukunde, Janat and Tumukunde, Janat T and Esterhuizen, JL and Esterhuizen, Tonya M and Manach, Yannick Le and Forget, Patrice and Elkhogia, Abdulaziz M and Mehyaoui, Ryad M and Mehyaoui, RM and Zoumeno, Eugene and Ndayisaba, Gabriel and Ndasi, Henry and Ndonga, Andrew KN and Ndonga, Andrew K N and Ngumi, Zipporah W W and Ngumi, Zipporah WW and Patel, MB and Patel, Ushmaben and Patel, Ushmah P and Ashebir, Daniel Zemenfes and Antwi-Kusi, Akwasi and Antwi-Kusi, Akwasi A K and Mbwele, Bernard and Sama, Hamza Doles and Elfiky, Mahmoud and Fawzy, Maher A and Fawzy, Maher and Pearse, Rupert M and Abadagan, Hippolyte and Abbas, N and Abdelatif, A Ibrahim and Abdoulaye, Traoré and Abd-rouf, A and Abduljalil, A and Abdulrahman, A and Abdurazig, S and Abokris, A and Abozaid, W and Abugassa, SOA and Abuhdema, F and Abujanah, SA and Abusamra, R and Abushnaf, A and Abusnina, SA and Abuzalout, TS and Ackermann, HM and Adamu, YB and Addanfour, A and Adeleke, DM and Adigun, TA and Adisa, AO and Adjignon, Sèhivè Valéry and Adu-Aryee, NA and Afolabi, BB and Agaba, AFX and Agaba, PKA and Aghadi, K and Agilla, H and Ahmed, Al-J and Ahmed, El-Z and Ahmed, M and Ahmed, B and Ahossi, Rene and Aji, SA and Akanyun, S and Akhideno, I and Akhter, M and Akinyemi, OA and Akkari, M and Akodjenou, Joseph and AL Samateh, AL and al Shams, ES and Alagbe-Briggs, OT and Alakkari, EA and Alalem, RB and Alashhab, M and Alatise, OI and Alatresh, A and Alayeb Alayeb, MSI and Albakosh, BA and Albert, F and Alberts, ANJD and Aldarrat, AD and ... and African Surg Outcomes Study ASOS and African Surgical Outcomes Study (ASOS) investigators
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 04/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10130, pp. 1589 - 1598
There is a need to increase access to surgical treatments in African countries, but perioperative complications represent a major global health-care burden.... 
MORTALITY | SURGERY | STATEMENT | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | COST-EFFECTIVENESS | DISEASES | RESCUE | GLOBAL HEALTH | INCOME COUNTRIES | FAILURE | CARE | Medical personnel | Low income groups | Surgical outcomes | Medical research | Risk groups | Complications | Mortality | Critical care | Patients | Clinical outcomes | Studies | Hospitals | Risk assessment | Surgery | Population | Public health
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12/2010
Backgrounds: Of all forms of gastrointestinal malignancy, adenocarcinoma of the pancreas is associated with the worst survival. Management of pancreatic cancer... 
Web Resource
SAMJ South African Medical Journal, ISSN 0256-9574, 09/2017, Volume 107, Issue 9, p. 750
Journal Article
12/2011
Objectives: Breast disease remains a major public health issue worldwide. It is the most common cancer among Nigerian women. Fine needle aspiration cytology... 
Web Resource
by Kluyts, H.-L and Kluyts, Hyla-Louise and le Manach, Y and Munlemvo, Dolly M and Munlemvo, D.M and Madzimbamuto, Farai and Madzimbamuto, F and Basenero, Apollo and Basenero, A and Coulibaly, Y and Coulibaly, Youssouf and Rakotoarison, R.R and Rakotoarison, S and Rakotoarison, Sylvia R and Gobin, V and Gobin, Veekash and Samateh, Ahmadou L and Samateh, A.L and Chaibou, M.S and Omigbodun, A.O and Omigbodun, Akinyinka O and Amanor-Boadu, S.D and Amanor-Boadu, Simbo D and Tumukunde, J and Tumukunde, Janat and Madiba, Thandinkosi E and Madiba, T.E and Pearse, R.M and Pearse, Rupert M and Biccard, Bruce M and Biccard, B.M and Abadagan, Hippolyte and Abbas, N and Abdelatif, A. Ibrahim and Abdoulaye, Traoré and Abd-rouf, A and Abduljalil, A and Abdulrahman, A and Abdurazig, S and Abokris, A and Abozaid, W and Abugassa, S.O.A and Abuhdema, F and Abujanah, S.A and Abusamra, R and Abushnaf, A and Abusnina, S.A and Abuzalout, T.S and Ackermann, H.M and Adamu, Y.B and Addanfour, A and Adeleke, D.M and Adigun, T.A and Adisa, A.O and Adjignon, Sèhivè Valéry and Adu-Aryee, N.A and Afolabi, B.B and Agaba, P.K.A and Agaba, A.F.X and Aghadi, K and Agilla, H and Ahmed, M and Ahmed, B and Ahmed, El.-Z and Ahmed, Al.-J and Ahossi, Rene and Aji, S.A and Akanyun, S and Akhideno, I and Akhter, M and Akinyemi, O.A and Akkari, M and Akodjenou, Joseph and AL Samateh, A.L and al Shams, E.S and Alagbe-Briggs, O.T and Alakkari, E.A and Alalem, R.B and Alashhab, M and Alatise, O.I and Alatresh, A and Alayeb Alayeb, M.S.I and Albakosh, B.A and Albert, F and Alberts, A.N.J.D and Aldarrat, A.D and Alfari, A and Alfetore, A and Algbali, M and Algddar, A and Algedar, H.A and Alghafoud, I.A and Alghazali, A and Alhajj, M and Alhendery Alhendery, A and Alhoty, F.F.H and Ali, Y.A and Ali, A and Alioune, Beye Seïdina and Alkassem, M.A and ... and African Surgical Outcomes Study AS and African Surgical Outcomes Study (ASOS) investigators
British Journal of Anaesthesia, ISSN 0007-0912, 12/2018, Volume 121, Issue 6, pp. 1357 - 1363
The African Surgical Outcomes Study (ASOS) showed that surgical patients in Africa have a mortality twice the global average. Existing risk assessment tools... 
preoperative | mortality | risk assessment | risk stratification | surgery | DERIVATION | SCORE | SORT | ANESTHESIOLOGY | COHORT | OUTCOMES
Journal Article
by Bishop, David G and Bishop, David and Dyer, Robert A and Maswime, Salome and Rodseth, Reitze N and van Dyk, Dominique and Kluyts, Hyla-Louise and Tumukunde, Janat and Tumukunde, Janat T and Madzimbamuto, Farai D and Madzimbamuto, Farai and Elkhogia, Abdulaziz M and Ndonga, Andrew KN and Ndonga, Andrew K N and Ngumi, Zipporah W W and Ngumi, Zipporah WW and Omigbodun, Akinyinka O and Amanor-Boadu, Simbo D and Zoumenou, Eugene and Basenero, Apollo and Munlemvo, Dolly M and Youssouf, Coulibaly and Ndayisaba, Gabriel and Antwi-Kusi, Akwasi and Gobin, Veekash and Forget, Patrice and Mbwele, Bernard and Ndasi, Henry and Rakotoarison, RR and Rakotoarison, Sylvia R and Samateh, Ahmadou L and Mehyaoui, RM and Mehyaoui, Ryad and Patel-Mujajati, Ushmaben and Sani, Chaibou M and Esterhuizen, Tonya M and Esterhuizen, JL and Madiba, Thandinkosi E and Pearse, Rupert M and Biccard, Bruce M and Abadagan, Hippolyte and Abbas, N and Abdelatif, A Ibrahim and Abdoulaye, Traoré and Abd-rouf, A and Abduljalil, A and Abdulrahman, A and Abdurazig, S and Abokris, A and Abozaid, W and Abugassa, SOA and Abuhdema, F and Abujanah, SA and Abusamra, R and Abushnaf, A and Abusnina, SA and Abuzalout, TS and Ackermann, HM and Adamu, YB and Addanfour, A and Adeleke, DM and Adigun, TA and Adisa, AO and Adjignon, Sèhivè Valéry and Adu-Aryee, NA and Afolabi, BB and Agaba, AFX and Agaba, PKA and Aghadi, K and Agilla, H and Ahmed, El-Z and Ahmed, M and Ahmed, B and Ahmed, Al-J and Ahossi, Rene and Aji, SA and Akanyun, S and Akhideno, I and Akhter, M and Akinyemi, OA and Akkari, M and Akodjenou, Joseph and AL Samateh, AL and al Shams, ES and Alagbe-Briggs, OT and Alakkari, EA and Alalem, RB and Alashhab, M and Alatise, OI and Alatresh, A and Alayeb Alayeb, MSI and Albakosh, BA and Albert, F and Alberts, ANJD and Aldarrat, AD and Alfari, A and Alfetore, A and Algbali, M and Algddar, A and Algedar, HA and ... and ASOS Investigators and ASOS investigators
The Lancet Global Health, ISSN 2214-109X, 04/2019, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp. e513 - e522
Maternal and neonatal mortality is high in Africa, but few large, prospective studies have been done to investigate the risk factors associated with these poor... 
MORTALITY | STATEMENT | MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | MISS | HEALTH | DEATHS | PATIENT OUTCOMES
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