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Postoperative recovery, pain and side effects were used as the primary end points of the study.
Utilizing Medicare claims data, researchers were able to identify both preoperative physical therapy and postoperative care usage patterns for 4,733 THR and TKR patients.
Postoperative intussusception in adults is an uncommon but significant cause of small bowel obstruction.
Postoperative analgesia was provided with morphine and meperidine.
Szender, a third-year resident in the department of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Texas, and his associates at the Brooke Army Medical Center, both in San Antonio, enrolled 75 patients in a randomized trial to determine the impact of a neoprene abdominopelvic binder on postoperative morphine use, pain, and ambulation in the first 24 hours after abdominal gynecologic surgery.
For the percentage of Asian discharges, there were only five statistically significant associations--craniotomy, decubitus ulcer, failure to rescue, postoperative pulmonary embolism and deep vein thrombosis, and OB trauma vaginal birth with instrument.
In contrast, no individual SCIP infection-related measure was individually associated with reduced risk of postoperative infection.
Since we are now able to also understand the postoperative effects of statin therapy, it should be considered as a global protection for patients," said study author, Bruno Riou.
The Effects of Hypnosis/Guided Imagery on the Postoperative Course of Children.