Should Patients Be Tested for HIV Before Surgery?
MEDICAL ETHICS FOR THE PHYSICIAN 1991 January; 6(1): 1-2, 11
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I Often Read That Patients Should Find Out How Much Experience a Doctor and Hospital Has With a Particular Procedure Before Deciding Who Should Operate on You and Where the Surgery Should Be Done. How Exactly Does One Do That Kind of Research? I Also Hear About the Importance of Getting a Second Opinion, but How Do You Do That Without Offending Your Own Doctor? Does Insurance Usually Cover Second Opinions? Unknown author (2009-03)
Should Breast Reduction Surgery Be Rationed? a Comparison of the Health Status of Patients Before and After Treatment: Postal Questionnaire Survey Klassen, Anne; Fitzpatrick, Ray; Jenkinson, Crispin; Goodacre, Tim (1996-08-24)OBJECTIVES: To assess the health status of patients before and after breast reduction surgery and to make comparisons with the health status of women in the general population. DESIGN: Postal questionnaire survey sent ...
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