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First tobacco for six weeks avoid after surgery fewer postoperative complicationssmokers who heal from using tobacco during the six weeks after emergency surgery for an acute fracture faster and experience fewer complications than patients who smoke while continued dispense healing process after a study in the June 2010 issue of the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery published. Our results indicate that a smoking cessation intervention program during the first six weeks after acute fracture surgery decreases the risk of postoperative complications by nearly half, Sell said Hans N, senior surgical consultant, Karolinska Institutet, dersjukhuset, Stockholm, Sweden.

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