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Reporting ChAracteristics of cadaver training and sUrgical studies: The CACTUS guidelines

Reporting guideline provided for?
(i.e. exactly what the authors state in the paper)
Reporting of the characteristics of human cadavers in anatomical, surgical, surgical training, and device training studies.
Full bibliographic reference Mantica G, Leonardi R, Diaz R, Malinaric R, Parodi S, Tappero S, Paraboschi I, Álvarez-Maestro M, Yuen-Chun Teoh J, Garriboli M, Ortega Polledo LE, Soriero D, Pertile D, De Marchi D, Pini G, Rigatti L, Ghosh SK, Onigbinde OA, Tafuri A, Carrion DM, Nikles S, Antoni A, Fransvea P, Esperto F, Herbella FAM, Oxley da Rocha A, Vanaclocha V, Sánchez-Guillén L, Wainman B, Quiroga-Garza A, Fregatti P, Murelli F, Van der Merwe A, Gomez Rivas J, Terrone C; CACTUS group. Reporting ChAracteristics of cadaver training and sUrgical studies: The CACTUS guidelines. Int J Surg. 2022;101:106619.
Language English
PubMed ID 35429658
Reporting guideline acronym CACTUS
Study design Observational studies
Clinical area Pathology, Surgery
Applies to the whole report or to individual sections of the report? Ethical issues (consent etc.), Procedure/Method
Record last updated on May 31, 2022


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