3 medications that could affect outpatient outcomes

The quality of outpatient care could suffer if patients take certain medications before surgery, according to Raleigh (N.C.) Orthopaedic Surgery Center.

Three medications that could affect outcomes, depending on many variables:

1. Anticoagulants
2. Monoamine oxidase inhibitors
3. Diabetes medication

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