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Wash hands before and after all invasive intensivvista. Open access peer-reviewed 2. Before any procedure, counsel the patient about the reasons for the procedure, alternatives, and the risks and benefits. Shifting the performance of an invasive procedure from operating room or interventional lab to the ICU has advantages for both the patient and the doctor performing the procedure.
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