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IJMDC. 2020; 4(2): 481-485

Common surgical problems: a brief review

Moath Omar Aljabri, Faris Adnan Mohammed Baawad, Hassan Saud Alshehri, Dalia Abdulelah A Murshid, Mohammed Ahmed Mohammed Alyazidy, Omar Abdulrahman Almakhayitah, Hussain Omar Bogari.


Surgical complications vary from minor-to-major serious events. Surgical complications have a significant negative impact on different aspects of patients' life such as the psychology of patients and duration for recovery. The current study was aimed at reviewing studies on surgical complications. A systematic literature search was performed on online databases Google Scholar and Pubmed database using specific keywords. The publications published between 2000 and 2019, without any date or language restrictions were retrieved. Among 41 articles initially selected based on the title and abstract, 28 articles were excluded as they were either duplicate or published before the year 2000 or were non-relevant. Finally, 13 articles were selected and included in the review. The study found that the rate of post-operative complications depends on the several factors, the urgent management of these complications is necessary to avoid morbidities.

Key words: Surgical, complications, prevalence, classification

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