AORN Offers FAQs on MERS in the Perioperative Setting

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The Association of periOperative Registsred Nurses (AORN) has developed a new FAQ to advise you on the precautions you need for suspected or confirmed cases in the perioperative setting.

The Association of periOperative Registsred Nurses (AORN) has developed a new FAQ to advise you on the precautions you need for suspected or confirmed cases in the perioperative setting. To access the FAQs, CLICK HERE.

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