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The Research on Strategies and Methods for Postoperative Recovery and Functional Reconstruction in Surgery

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DOI: 10.23977/medsc.2023.040806 | Downloads: 5 | Views: 279


Wang Xinghua 1


1 Zibo Vocational Institute, Zibo, Shandong, China

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Wang Xinghua


Rehabilitation is an indispensable phase following surgical procedures, encompassing multiple critical elements. Firstly, the success of surgery largely depends on the surgeon's expertise and the postoperative recovery process. Rehabilitation includes early rehabilitation, emphasizing early mobilization and physical therapy to prevent and alleviate complications. On this foundation, personalized rehabilitation plans are crucial, taking into account the unique needs and abilities of patients. Furthermore, psychological well-being plays a vital role in rehabilitation, as anxiety, depression, and emotional fluctuations can impact the progress of recovery. Therefore, providing psychological support and professional psychological therapy is essential. Lastly, nutrition is another integral aspect of rehabilitation, as a well-balanced dietary plan contributes to wound healing, immune support, and muscle recovery.


Surgery; Postoperative Rehabilitation; Functional Reconstruction


Wang Xinghua, The Research on Strategies and Methods for Postoperative Recovery and Functional Reconstruction in Surgery. MEDS Clinical Medicine (2023) Vol. 4: 35-40. DOI:


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