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Category
Standard
Access
Open
Status
Active
Created
2023
Cosmetic surgery uses surgical interventions for aesthetic purposes, and has grown rapidly in Australia.

The National Safety and Quality Cosmetic Surgery Standards have been developed to protect the public from harm and improve the quality of cosmetic surgery in Australia. They are person-centred and describe the processes and structures that are needed to deliver safe and high-quality clinical care.

Main sections:

• Clinical governance standard

• Partnering with consumers standard

• Preventing and controlling infections standard

• Medication safety standard

• Comprehensive care standard

• Communicating for safety standard

• Recognising and responding to acute deterioration standard
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