Brazil vasectomy law shows outpatient surgery potential
This article was originally published in Clinica
Brazil is expecting the number of vasectomies performed by the state health system (SUS) to double this year, after allowing the operation to be performed in the outpatient setting and as a "medium-complexity" procedure, enabling any out-of-hospital centre to offer the service in line with local demand.
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