African Patients Twice As Likely to Die After Surgery - Report
African hospitals suffer a higher post-operative death rate than the global average despite patients being younger with a lower risk profile and experiencing lower occurrences of complications.
allAfrica, 5 January 2018
Patients in African hospitals are twice as likely to die after surgery than the average patient across the globe, and the most common complications suffered after operations are… Read more »
Doctors in theatre at Nsambya hospital recently.
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