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From emissions to incisions and beyond: the repercussions of climate change on surgical disease in low- and-middle-income countries.

BMC Surgery 2023 November 17
Climate change has far-reaching repercussions for surgical healthcare in low- and middle-income countries. Natural disasters cause injuries and infrastructural damage, while air pollution and global warming may increase surgical disease and predispose to worse outcomes. Socioeconomic ramifications further strain healthcare systems, highlighting the need for integrated climate and healthcare policies.

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