Jackson, Ian
April 2007
Ambulatory Surgery;Apr2007 Supplement, Vol. 13, p90
Academic Journal
The article identifies the factors to consider in assuring the success of ambulatory surgery. It is the primary objective of health services to establish techniques that will help them provide quality service for their patients. Analysis shows that a successful ambulatory surgery depends on the preparation and education of the patient and their carer by telling them about every detail of the procedure.


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