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Archive >  February, 2012 XIII, No. 2

Cutting to the Truth About Safety Scalpels

Tearing holes in 5 myths your surgeons may believe.

Mark McGraw, Associate Editor

It's tough to loosen a surgeon's grip on his belief that safety scalpels are far inferior to traditional scalpels. But are these deep-rooted beliefs based on fact or fiction? Here's how to counter 5 common misperceptions that your surgeons may hold.

 
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