Patient Perspectives in Pulmonary Surgery, An Issue of Thoracic Surgery Clinics - E-Book

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Elsevier Health Sciences, Oct 31, 2012 - Medical - 240 pages
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The articles in this issue address psychosocial and quality of life concerns for patients who have undergone thoracic surgery. Topics include changes in quality of life after pulmonary resection; impact of minimally invasive thoracic surgery on quality of life; psychosocial aspects of lung transplantation; and physical, cognitive and emotional dysfunctions resulting from intensive care.
 

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Contents

Patient Perspectives in Pulmonary Surgery
Patient Safety in the Surgical Setting
Cancer
Quality of Life in Pulmonary Surgery
Summary Minimally Invasive Lung Surgery and Postoperative
Empyema pneumothorax emphysema
Surviving the Intensive Care
PsychosocialIssuesFacing LungTransplant Candidates
The PatientSurgeon Relationship in the Cyber
Summary Patients Satisfaction The patient as a consumer

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