Should Sleepy Surgeons Disclose Fatigue to Patients?

Heading in for elective surgery can be a nerve-racking experience. People tend to worry about who's taking care of the kids, how much work they'll miss or how much pain and discomfort the operation will bring on. They don't generally stress over whether their surgeons have had enough sleep. But some doctors believe patients should think about how much sleep their surgeon got the night before, and should be told if the surgeon may be sleep-deprived so they can decide whether to go through...Full Story
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