Risks associated with outpatient TURP, other procedures vary by setting


The likelihood that an older patient will be hospitalized within a week or die shortly after undergoing prostate resection and other common procedures in an outpatient setting depends on health-related characteristics of the patient and where the surgery was performed, according to a recent article in Archives of Surgery (2004; 139:67-72).

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