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Aims to achieve this through a comprehensive literature review and systematic classification the research aims establish whether such barriers exist and their mode of operation a primary. The aims of this chapter are to (1) summarize the literature on the effect of preoperative testing on clinical outcomes, efficiency, and cost and (2) to compare preoperative testing guidelines developed in the united states, the united kingdom, and canada.