Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 20th, 2005
With more than 8.3 million outpatient surgical procedures conducted in 2000, many state medical boards and legislatures are looking to regulate office-based procedures because it is perceived that in-office procedures put the patient at greater risk.
According to lead author and dermasurgeon Brett Coldiron, MD, office-based procedures are safer for some types of surgeries than an ambulatory surgery center. His study,...
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