Is informed consent better on a computer?

August 2011
Same-Day Surgery;Aug2011 Supplement, p20
Academic Journal
The article reports on an increase which has been seen in the number of health care facilities that are using computer-based informed consent in outpatient surgery and discusses the advantages that are associated with computer-based informed consent.


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