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WHO Guidelines for Safe Surgery 2009

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WHO Guidelines for Safe Surgery 2009

Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN-13: 9789241598552
Number of pages: 133

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Preparation of these Guidelines for Safe Surgery followed the steps recommended by WHO. The guidelines were pilot tested in each of the six WHO regions -- an essential part of the Challenge -- to obtain local information on the resources required to comply with the recommendations and information on the feasibility, validity, reliability and cost-effectiveness of the interventions.

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