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Indian Journal of Surgical Nursing

Volume  11, Issue 1, January-April 2022, Pages 15-18


Review Article

Responsibility of Nurse Perioperative Practice
Avadhesh Kumar Yadav1, Vineeth PP
1Nursing Officer-B, 2Nursing Officer-A, Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya Cancer Centre Varanasi 221005 Uttar Pradesh, India. (A unit of Tata Memorial Centre Mumbai, Department of Atomic Energy)
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Perioperative care is the entire span of care that includes what occurs before, during, and after the actual operation. It is the period that begins when the patient has been informed of the need for surgery includes the surgical procedure, recovery and continues until the patient resumes his or her usual activities. identifying comorbidities that may lead to patient complications during the anesthetic, surgical, or postoperative period. The assessment contains height and weight, ability to communicate, level of conciseness, confusion, ability to ambulate, etc. The medical staff carefully explains to the  patient about surgery. This includes why the patient requires surgery, any risks the surgery has, and what the patient can expect after surgery. Intraoperative Care-Intraoperative care starts from the admission of the patient to the operating room to the client is transported to the recovery room or post anesthesia care unit after surgery.

Corresponding Author : Avadhesh Kumar Yadav