Hospitals back off from public surgeries
Arkansas Democrat Gazette, February 27, 2008
Live surgery broadcasts have been used as a teaching tool for more than 20 years, but some hospitals are no longer using them, citing concerns for patient safety if a surgeon is distracted by cameras and a live audience.
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