ICT News Desk: SSIs in Ambulatory Surgery

<p>In an analysis that included nearly 300,000 patients from eight states who underwent ambulatory surgery, researchers found that the rates of surgical site infections were relatively low. However, the absolute number of patients with these complications is substantial, according to a study in the Feb. 19 issue of JAMA.</p>

In an analysis that included nearly 300,000 patients from eight states who underwent ambulatory surgery, researchers found that the rates of surgical site infections were relatively low. However, the absolute number of patients with these complications is substantial, according to a study in the Feb. 19 issue of JAMA.

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