NV looks at oversight for surgery centers

December 2008
Same-Day Surgery;Dec2008, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p132
Academic Journal
The article reports that the state of Nevada has proposed laws in hiring infection preventionists (IPs) as consultants to supervise practice in freestanding centers following the hepatitis C virus (HCV) outbreak in Las Vegas.


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