Shared decision making sdm is a process in which patients and their doctors collaborate in choosing a suitable treatment option by incorporating patient values and preferences as well as the best available evidence particularly in vascular surgery several conditions seem suitable for sdm because there are multiple treatment options. Decision making in surgery written and conceived by dr ben eiseman has now expanded to multiple specialties including vascular surgery this book edited by scribner brown and tawes with a host of contributors is one of many books in the decision making series dr eiseman serves as consulting . Decision making in vascular surgery robert c schribner william h brown and roy l tawes jr philadelphia 1987 b c decker inc 213 pages this volume is intended to be a comprehensive overview in algorithmic form to aid physicians treating patients with vascular disease. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. Shared decision making sdm invokes the bidirectional communication between physicians and patients required to involve the patients preference in the eventual treatment choice
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