Ensuring the safety of healthcare for patients in all settings is a priority for CDC and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Lapses in infection control in any healthcare setting, including Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs), put patients at risk. Typical surgical procedures conducted in ASCs include endoscopies and colonoscopies (including removal of identified polyps), orthopedic procedures, plastic/reconstructive surgeries, and eye, foot, and ear/nose/throat surgeries.
Covers all topics relating to infection prevention and control in Ambulatory Surgery Centers. Printed manual shipped to your location.