The ERCP Patient: 

Risk Factors for Infection 

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The ERCP Patient: Risk Factors for Infection

Although the risk for infection following an ERCP procedure is rare, it is important to acknowledge that some patients are more vulnerable to infection than others. Understanding the risk factors that may facilitate the transmission of infectious agents is vital for helping to prevent their spread and can be used to identify those patients most vulnerable to infection.

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General factors contributing to risk of infection
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Patient factors that contribute to infection risk
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Read this whitepaper discussing risk factors that contribute to patient vulnerability.



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