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Mayo study finds that team preop briefing improves communication, reduces errors
Date:5/26/2009

ewer trips outside the operating room to retrieve supplies.

  • Waste of medical supplies was reduced because the team better anticipated specific needs for each surgery.

    Dr. Sundt says his team has embraced the briefings and continues to conduct them prior to the first procedure of the day. Other surgical teams have since requested implementation of the briefings.

    "It's time well spent that tunes us in to the specific patient's needs," says Dr. Sundt. In addition to specific concerns about the surgery, the briefings include information about the patient's prior procedures, other diagnoses, risks and emotional concerns, such as the patient's biggest worry regarding surgery.

    "It sets the tone for the day. Now, I'm uncomfortable when we don't do it," says Dr. Sundt, who was initially skeptical about the benefits of the briefings.

    There are barriers to conducting briefings for every procedure. "The structure of the operating room is not conducive to this," says Dr. Sundt. With multiple surgical suites, surgery times overlap, creating difficulty in assembling the team prior to each procedure. During long, complex surgeries, shift and staff changes occur.

    Additional study and pilots are needed to determine ways to incorporate the briefings more broadly, researchers say.


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    507-284-5005
    Mayo Clinic
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