Cataract surgery a winner in Brazilian US$320m elective surgery hike
This article was originally published in Clinica
Brazil is aiming to increase the cataract surgery capacity of its national health service (SUS) to 700,000 operations per year, from a current level of around 430,000. So revealed the health ministry – without specifying a timescale – in comments related to a new allocation of federal funds to priority areas of the national elective surgery access programme.
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