Safe Spine Surgery is a comprehensive monograph on improving the outcomes of spinal surgery by avoiding the adverse events that occur during the process of patient care in spinal surgery from diagnosis to postoperative rehabilitation. This is a very valuable monograph in the library of spine consultants either orthopedics or neurosurgeons and spinal fellows in their training.
Awareness about the preventable adverse events with detailed description of preventing them by following checklists, safety protocols, risk stratification and postoperative protocols for early rehabilitation in complex surgeries.
Value and use of modern technologies (Functional MRI, EOS, O-arm, Navigation and Robotics) for safe spine surgery during decision-making and performing the spine surgery.
Use of comprehensive safety protocols in management of complex spinal deformity in adults and pediatrics.
Understanding and learning of nontechnical skills from nonmedical fields to increase the safety of the patients undergoing spine surgery.
Incorporating medicolegal aspects for safety in the protocols and methods to approach if safety is breached.