Retrospective evaluation of routine in-hospital observation in 433 patients after CT-guided biopsies
Tim Fischer, Yassir El Baz, Simon Wildermuth, Sebastian Leschka, Sabine Guesewell, Paul Martin Putora & Tobias Dietrich
MATERIAL AND METHODS
After thoracic interventions, routine observation is considered justified for patient safety whereas routine observation may be omitted after musculoskeletal interventions. In the abdominal group, no delayed complications were observed, but delayed hospitalization occurred. Thus, in-hospital observation could be justified in a safe patient environment, but remains an individual decision.
|citation||Fischer T, El Baz Y, Wildermuth S, Leschka S, Guesewell S, Putora P M, Dietrich T. Retrospective evaluation of routine in-hospital observation in 433 patients after CT-guided biopsies. Acta Radiol 2021;2841851211011564.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||03-05-2021|
|journal title||Acta Radiol|