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Lives at risk due to poor access to everyday surgery

Delays in accessing simple elective surgery in developing countries may create a domino effect and risk people’s lives.

This is according to a new study that analysed the experience of more than 18,000 patients in 640 hospitals across 83 countries.

Using hernia repair to represent elective health care (treatable with simple day-case surgery), researchers concluded that the need for more complex emergency surgery increases substantially if left.

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