Postoperative pulmonary complications

Preventing postoperative pulmonary complications

Using ERAS and I COUGH to improve outcomes. Takeaways: Postoperative pulmonary complications are costly and responsible for extended hospital stays and mortalities. Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) are…
RaDonda Vaught, healthcare, nursing journal, nursing

Pulmonary atelectasis and retained secretions

Critical thinking averts serious consequences. Takeaways: Atelectasis is a serious postoperative pulmonary complication. Risk factors include advanced age, obesity, upper abdominal or thoracic surgery, smoking history, reduced mobility,…

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