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Figure. From: Resident Work Hour Limits and Patient Safety.

FIGURE 4. Iatrogenic pneumothorax rates for New York (NY) teaching hospitals, NY nonteaching hospitals (concurrent control group), and California (CA) teaching hospitals (concurrent control group) plotted over time. Graphing convention and data presentation are described in Figure 1; asterisk (*) indicates P < 0.05 by regression modeling.

Benjamin K. Poulose, et al. Ann Surg. 2005 June;241(6):847-860.
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Figure. From: Resident Work Hour Limits and Patient Safety.

FIGURE 3. Foreign body left during procedure rates for New York (NY) teaching hospitals, NY nonteaching hospitals (concurrent control group), and California (CA) teaching hospitals (concurrent control group) plotted over time. Graphing convention and data presentation are described in Figure 1; asterisk (*) indicates P < 0.05 by regression modeling.

Benjamin K. Poulose, et al. Ann Surg. 2005 June;241(6):847-860.
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Figure. From: Resident Work Hour Limits and Patient Safety.

FIGURE 5. Postoperative wound dehiscence rates for New York (NY) teaching hospitals, NY nonteaching hospitals (concurrent control group), and California (CA) teaching hospitals (concurrent control group) plotted over time. Graphing convention and data presentation are described in Figure 1; asterisk (*) indicates P < 0.05 by regression modeling.

Benjamin K. Poulose, et al. Ann Surg. 2005 June;241(6):847-860.
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Figure. From: Resident Work Hour Limits and Patient Safety.

FIGURE 2. Postoperative pulmonary embolus (PE) or deep venous thrombosis (DVT) rates for New York (NY) teaching hospitals, NY nonteaching hospitals (concurrent control group), and California (CA) teaching hospitals (concurrent control group) plotted over time. Graphing convention and data presentation are described in Figure 1; asterisk (*) indicates P < 0.05 by regression modeling.

Benjamin K. Poulose, et al. Ann Surg. 2005 June;241(6):847-860.
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Figure. From: Resident Work Hour Limits and Patient Safety.

FIGURE 1. Accidental puncture or laceration rates for New York (NY) teaching hospitals, NY nonteaching hospitals (concurrent control group), and California (CA) teaching hospitals (concurrent control group) plotted over time (year and first quarter “q1” are indicated). Dashed vertical line indicates intervention time of resident work hour limit enforcement (second quarter of 1998) in NY teaching hospitals. The top graph in each figure plots risk-adjusted rates, and the bottom graph shows time series smoothed risk-adjusted rates for clarity. Changes in PSI rate per 1000 discharges per quarter (risk-adjusted) are shown for each study group in the preintervention and postintervention periods with 95% confidence intervals and asterisk (*) indicating P < 0.05 by regression modeling.

Benjamin K. Poulose, et al. Ann Surg. 2005 June;241(6):847-860.

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