Military Surgical Team Performance: The Impact of Familiarity, Team Size, and Nurse Anesthesia Students

J Perianesth Nurs. 2021 Nov 21:S1089-9472(21)00083-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jopan.2021.04.008. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTPURPOSE: To examine the key factors impacting surgical team performance in a military medical center.DESIGN: A retrospective, exploratory, cross-sectional design.METHODS: We reviewed 751 orthopedic surgical cases to determine the association of surgical team familiarity, surgical complexity, team size, and the presence of student registered nurse anesthetists (SRNAs) with the surgical performance measures of total operative time, turnover time, and on-time surgical start.FINDINGS: We found increases in surgical team familiarity significantly reduced turnover time by 7.84% (1-0.9216 = 0.0784; P = .0260) after controlling for surgical complexity and the presence of an SRNA on the team. Familiarity did not significantly impact total operative time or the odds of a first case on-time start. With a significant interaction of surgical complexity and team size on total operative time, the surgical complexity marginal effect (at the mean of team size) showed that a one-point increase prolonged total operative time by 6.89% (P
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