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To ensure timely access to research, these articles are published (and indexed in PubMed) before they appear in a print issue of the journal.

How to cite an epub ahead of print article: Author A, Author B, Author C, et al. Article title. Can J Surg. Year [cited date]; [page length]. DOI:10.1503/cjs.000000

Research * Recherche

Quantifying recall bias in surgical safety: a need for a modern approach to morbidity and mortality reviews
H. Alsubaie, M. Goldenberg, T. Grantcharov
[Appendix]
(First published December 1, 2018)

Incidence and predictors of postoperative delirium in the older acute care surgery population: a prospective study
B. Saravana-Bawan, L.M. Warkentin, D. Rucker, F. Carr, T.A. Churchill, R.G. Khadaroo
(First published December 1, 2018)

Impact of sequential implementation of multimodal perioperative care pathways on colorectal surgical outcomes
K. D’Souza,  J-I. Choi, J. Wootton, T. Wallace
(First published December 1, 2018)

Utility of the Vascular Quality Initiative in improving quality of care in Canadian patients undergoing vascular surgery
E. Liao, N. Eisenberg, A. Kaushal, J. Montbriand, K-T. Tan, G. Roche-Nagle
[Appendix]
(First published December 1, 2018)

Can we reduce ischemic cholangiopathy rates in donation after cardiac death liver transplantation after 10 years of practice? Canadian single-centre experience
M.E. Tun-Abraham, K.N. Wanis, C. Garcia-Ochoa, N. Sela, H. Sharma, I. Al Hasan, D. Quan, B. Al-Judaibi, M. Levstik, R. Hernandez-Alejandro
(First published December 1, 2018)

Significant cost savings and similar patient outcomes associated with early discharge following total knee arthroplasty
J. Marsh and colleagues
(First published October 1, 2018)

Results of Octaplex for reversal of warfarin anticoagulation in patients with hip fracture
R. Ng and M.-T. Shabani-Rad
(First published October 1, 2018)

Concordance between laboratories in metal ion testing in patients with metal-on-metal hip implants
R. Saini and colleagues
(First published October 1, 2018)

Debate and Consensus

CJS is dedicated to the development of best surgical practice.  The CJS consensus protocol encourages discussion of consensus statements and articles before publication.

We are currently inviting comment on the article “Toward late career transitioning: a proposal for academic surgeons” by Richards and colleagues. Please send us your comments by submitting an eLetter.