Performing Surgery On Smokers: What You Should Know
- Volume 26 - Issue 4 - April 2013
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Editor’s note: For further reading, see “Study Examines Effect Of Smoking On Elective Foot Surgery” in the November 2009 issue of Podiatry Today or“Does Secondhand Smoke Contribute To Delayed Post-Op Wound Healing?” in the May 2007 issue. For other related articles, visit the archives at www.podiatrytoday.com .