Ambulatory Surgery


Cynthia Reid wrote:
From: "Cynthia Reid" <>
Subject: Ambulatory Surgery
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2000 00:20:22 -0400

Ambulatory Surgery

Note: As of 2007, no longer published by Elsevier.
(Link inactive 13 October 2004)

International Journal covering Surgery, Anaesthesiology,
Nursing and Management Issues in Day Surgery

Day-care, or ambulatory techniques provides an efficient
and flexible approach to the provision of many surgical
and therapeutic procedures.

Ambulatory Surgery promotes and develops this system of
patient management by providing a multidisciplinary
international forum for all those health care
professionals involved in day-care surgery. The journal
publishes peer-reviewed original articles relating to
the practice of ambulatory surgery.

Papers are included on:
Basic and clinical research - in surgery, anaesthesia
and nursing;
Administrative issues - including facility development,
management, governmental issues and reimbursement;
Perioperative care - covering patient and procedure
selection, discharge criteria and home care.
Also included are topical and educational reviews
examining a wide range of subjects and controversies in
the field.

Ambulatory Surgery will be the international journal-of-
first-choice for the publication of high-quality papers
in the field of day-care surgery.

All medical and nursing professionals and managers with
an interest in ambulatory (day-care) surgical treatment
and facilities.

ScienceDirect subscribers have access to full-text articles by logging in at .

Editors-in-Chief: Paul E.M. Jarrett and Bernard V.

Original posting date: 
Thursday, June 29, 2000
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