Ecological impact of endovenous surgery in a French institution

      Several thousands of endovenous procedures are carried out in France each year. The aims of this work were to study the carbon footprint of these procedures in a single French health care institution, and to evaluate the impact of new measures of sorting medical wastes of the surgical unit.
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