Bruce D. Schirmer, David William Rattner
Saunders, 1998 - Medical - 545 pages
A practical volume solely devoted to outpatient surgery and care. Presents illustrated discussions of procedures and techniques for general ambulatory surgery as well as discussions on the economic benefits, safety, and quality of care for the patient. All aspects of each procedure are covered including indications for surgery, anesthetic management, and postoperative care.
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History of Ambulatory Surgery
Economics of Ambulatory Surgery
Standards for the Ambulatory Surgery Center
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