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Utilizing the ACS NSQIP risk calculator as an inform consent tool for patients undergoing surgery

How to use the ACS NSQIP Risk Calculator

When a patient is planning to undergo an operation, it is important that she/he has full understanding of what the proposed surgical intervention is along with the risk of surgery.  This is especially critical if the patient has a lot of comorbidities that may put him or her at higher risks of postoperative complications.  

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