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perioperative

 [per″ĕ-op´er-ah-tiv″]
pertaining or relating to the period of time surrounding a surgical procedure, including the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative periods.
perioperative nursing data set a nursing language specialized for vocabulary that addresses the perioperative patient experience from preadmission until discharge. See also perioperative nurse.

per·i·op·er·a·tive

(per'ē-op'ĕr-ă-tiv),
Around the time of operation.
Synonym(s): paraoperative

per·i·op·er·a·tive

(per'ē-op'ĕr-ă-tiv)
Around the time of operation.
Synonym(s): paraoperative.
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Perioperative hypertension occurs in 25% of hypertensive patients that undergo surgery.1,2 Hypertension is commonly encountered in pre-operative assessments.3 Perioperative hypertension is defined as a sustained elevated blood pressure (BP) typically >140/90mm Hg immediately before, during or after a surgical procedure.2,4
16, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Seven percent of older patients undergoing inpatient, noncardiac surgery have perioperative covert stroke, which is associated with an increased risk for cognitive decline, according to a study published online Aug.
In USA 3.9% of all blood transfusions used during orthopedic surgery are during knee arthroplasty.1,2 This increase in perioperative blood transfusions has resulted in a rise in mortality and morbidity rates.1,3 Complications that may develop perioperatively in patients having blood transfusions include hemolytic and allergic reactions during surgery, transfusion-associated acute lung damage, transfusion-associated circulatory overload, graft versus host disease and infection.4,5 A further complication of perioperative blood transfusions mentioned in many studies, is kidney dysfunction.6-8 During our literature search, we found many studies looking at the effects of perioperative blood transfusions.
Perioperative Nurses specialise in patient-centred care.
Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust won the Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine Team of the Year at the BMJ Awards for their work in consultant-led perioperative trauma care.
We feel aggrieved that Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand, the magazine of our professional body, is perpetuating the invisibility of perioperative nursing.
A WEST Midlands healthcare trust is celebrating after scooping a prestigious award recognising its anaesthesia and perioperative team.
Susan Hall, who is originally from Merseyside and qualified as a nurse in Liverpool in 1974, has been recognised for her tireless work in helping develop an infrastructure of support and education for the "perioperative" team.
[11] No study has yet been undertaken to examine the influence or confirm the efficacy of the organisation with regards to perioperative injuries.
In the Australian perioperative setting, clinical specialty direct patient care is delivered by the nurse entrepreneur working as a nurse practitioner surgical assistant or perioperative nurse surgeon's assistant (PNSA).
(April 30, 2018) Denver, Colo.--Doreen Wagner, PhD, RN, CNOR has recently received the Association for PeriOperative Registered Nurse's (AORN) Excellence in Perioperative Nursing Award.
Three large studies reported a decrease in hospital stay after perioperative evaluation and care of patients undergoing thoracic, [5] hip [6] and various other operations.