Have you scheduled surgery? Then you’d better start training.

A preoperative program at the Indiana University Health Center “dramatically reduced” hospital-acquired infections in surgical patients, according to research published in the October Annals of Surgery. A similar program developed at the University of Michigan “decreased hospital duration of stay, lowered costs of care, and was well accepted by patients,” read a study appearing in the June 2017 issue of Surgery.

 

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