Outpatient Surgery: Is Infection a Real Risk? (CME/CE)

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(MedPage Today) — The chance of a clinically significant infection after ambulatory surgery is relatively small; nonetheless, outpatient surgery related infections account for roughly one in five healthcare-associated infections.

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