October 2017 • Octobre 2017

CJS Full Issue
   Full Issue

Can J Surg 2017;60(5)

Editorial • Éditorial

Doctors caught in Feds’ crosshairs — again
E.J. Harvey

Les médecins dans la mire du fédéral — encore une fois
E.J. Harvey

Commentary • Commentaire

Continuing a long tradition: the Canadian Journal of Surgery at 60
V.C. McAlister, E.J. Harvey

History of surgery: First World War
Histoire de la chirurgie : Première Guerre Mondiale

Calgary, Edmonton and the University of Alberta: the extraordinary medical mobilization by Canada’s newest province
M.P. Da Cambra, V.C. McAlister

Review • Revue

Role for laparoscopy in the management of bile duct injuries
V. Gupta, S. Jayaraman

Research • Recherche

Changes in patient characteristics following cardiac transplantation: the Montreal Heart Institute experience
N. Vistarini, A. Nguyen, M. White, N. Racine, L.P. Perrault, A. Ducharme, D. Bouchard, P. Demers, M. Pellerin, Y. Lamarche, I. El-Hamamsy, G. Giraldeau, G. Pelletier, M. Carrier

Topical tranexamic acid reduces transfusion rates in simultaneous bilateral total knee arthroplasty: a retrospective case series
C. Kim, S.S. Park, H.S. Dhotar, A.V. Perruccio, M.G. Zywiel, J.R. Davey

Intraoperative ultrasonography of the biliary tract using saline as a contrast agent: a fast and accurate technique to identify complex biliary anatomy
A. Chandra, V. Gupta, R. Rahul, M. Kumar, A. Maurya

First Canadian experience with donation after cardiac death simultaneous pancreas and kidney transplants
P.T. Anderson, S. Aquil, K. McLean, V.C. McAlister, A. Sener, P.P. Luke

Results and limitations of outpatient and overnight stay laminectomies for lumbar spinal stenosis
D. Yen, A. Albargi

The usefulness and costs of routine contrast studies after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy for detecting staple line leaks
D. Terterov, P.H.-Y. Leung, L.K. Twells, D.M. Gregory, C. Smith, D. Boone, D. Pace

Improving spine surgical access, appropriateness and efficiency in metropolitan, urban and rural settings
M. Zarrabian, A. Bidos, C. Fanti, B. Young, B. Drew, D. Puskas, R. Rampersaud

Regional consolidation of orthopedic surgery: impacts on hip fracture surgery access and outcomes
S.A. Kreindler, L. Siragusa, E. Bohm, W. Rudnick, C.J. Metge
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Discussions in surgery • Discussions en chirurghie

Toward late career transitioning: a proposal for academic surgeons
R. Richards, R. McLeod, D. Latter, S. Keshavjee, O. Rotstein, M.G. Fehlings, N. Ahmed, A. Nathens, J. Rutka

Online letters • Lettres en ligne

Outcome variation among Canadian trauma centres: toward a clinical prediction rule for standardizing approaches to clinical assessment of hemorrhage
A. Tran, M. Matar, J. Lampron, E. Steyerberg, C. Vaillancourt, M. Taljaard

Major lower-extremity amputations in diabetes: a response to “A Canadian population-based description of the indications for lower-extremity amputations and outcomes”
I. Ascencio-Montiel

Major lower-extremity amputations in diabetes: a response to “A Canadian population-based description of the indications for lower-extremity amputations and outcomes”: Author response
A. Kayssi

My Latin teacher: response to the editorial “Datum isn’t, data are”
D.F. Pitt

A useful set of guidelines: a response to “Toward late career transitionning: a proposal for academic surgeons”
M. Carrier

A useful set of guidelines: a response to “Toward late career transitionning: a proposal for academic surgeons”: Author response
J. Rutka

Surgical research and innovation desperately needs support: a reponse to “Toward a new school of surgical research”
M. Carrier