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invasive procedure

Quality of informed consent for invasive procedures

Infected Physicians and Invasive Procedures: Safe Practice Management

Neurologic Complications of Invasive Procedures in the Intensive Care Unit

Evaluation of a radiation protection cabin for invasive electrophysiological procedures

Motivations for Seeking Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Procedures in an Academic Outpatient Setting

Determinants of use and outcomes of invasive coronary procedures in acute coronary syndromes: results from ENACT

Surgical Procedure Depending on the Depth of Tumor Invasion in the Duodenal Cancer

Diagnostic and Invasive Procedures Common in Women with Breast-Conserving Surgery

Indications and clinical benefits of mini-invasive parenchymal-sparing bronchoplastic procedures

The Effect of Microneedle Thickness on Pain During Minimally Invasive Facial Procedures: A Clinical Study

Book Review: Minimally Invasive and Office-Based Procedures in Facial Plastic Surgery

A Method to Evaluate Occupational Exposures during Invasive Angiography Procedures by Using Solid-State Detectors

Minimal-invasive, video-assisted vein harvesting for cardiac and vascular surgical procedures

Economic evaluation of different minimally invasive procedures for the treatment of coronary artery disease

Cava endoluminal balloon occlusion as an adjunct technique to perform less invasive cardiopulmonary bypass procedures

A survey of German centres performing invasive electrophysiology: structure, procedures, and training positions

Acute chromosomal DNA damage in human lymphocytes after radiation exposure in invasive cardiovascular procedures

Variations in Thebesian valve anatomy and coronary sinus ostium: implications for invasive electrophysiology procedures

 

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A diagnostic or therapeutic procedure involving penetration of the body's integrity, as by insertion of a needle, an incision through the skin, or use of an endoscopic device. Invasive procedures always carry some risks, for example, of introducing infectious pathogens.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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