Webinar: What ST91 Is and What It Is Not

Webinar: What ST91 Is and What It Is Not

PATIENT SAFETY

An expert in infection prevention examines what’s included in the recent update to the notable endoscope guidelines. He also explores what’s not explored — and why several societies oppose it.

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