MIS (minimally invasive surgery) may be the answer to waiting list problem
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK's newly re-elected Labour government has a huge challenge if it hopes to meet its promise to reduce waiting times for medical treatment. One of the tools that it hopes will help to achieve its goal is minimally invasive surgery (MIS). But, as delegates heard at the recent conference in London on MIS, the uptake is slow.
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