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Unfortunately, more you do surgeries, more complications you encounter. Our career would be so much better if it wasn't for those midnight calls and unexpected post-operative outcomes. While a true postoperative emergency after foot and ankle surgeries is rare, some patients decide to go to an ER before their first post-operative visit with you for many different reasons. If you are in a private practice, having your patient ending up in an ER after surgery might not be a good way to promote your business. If you are in a large institution, you may get dinged, and your name may come up in their morning report. If you are a patient, you may perceive that as a failure and share the experience with others online.
The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery Journal Club
2019 Impact Factor: 1.043
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About The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery
The mission of The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery is to be the leading source for original, clinically-focused articles on the surgical and medical management of the foot and ankle. Each bi-monthly, peer-reviewed issue addresses relevant topics to the profession, such as: adult reconstruction of the forefoot; adult reconstruction of the hindfoot and ankle; diabetes; medicine/rheumatology; pediatrics; research; sports medicine; trauma; tumors. The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery is indexed through Index Medicus, Excerpta Medica, Biosciences Information Service, and CINAHL.