In simple terms, postoperative care occurs immediately following a surgical procedure. As a result, postoperative care begins in the operating room, continues in the post-anaesthesia care unit, and occasionally continues at the patient's home until the surgical wound heals.
Postoperative care aims to avoid infection at the surgical incision site and ensure that the wounds heal completely. The type and length of postoperative care a patient can expect is determined by the type of surgery performed and the amount of postoperative care required. For example, outpatient surgery necessitates a broad range of postoperative care, whereas inpatient surgery necessitates additional postoperative nursing home care. A complicated surgical procedure involving the risk of postoperative blood loss, internal bleeding, and other complications, for example, necessitates a particular postoperative care regimen.
After a simple surgical procedure, a patient may properly care for his wound. Professional postoperative nursing care is required in some cases, such as hip surgery, cardiac surgery, spine surgery, or patients with impaired levels of consciousness.
Because it ensures complete mental and physical recovery, postoperative nursing care appears to be an important part of the healing process. Patients can receive short- or long-term postoperative care, and the methods used can be simple or complex.
Patients who require long-term postoperative care should be able to get it at home. Our postoperative home care service can help you in this situation. Our team of highly trained doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals will visit you at home to provide the assistance you require. Patients are monitored and cared for by residential nurses 24*7.
If you require postoperative home care, don't put it off any longer. Entrust your loved one's care to Anvayaa, and we'll make sure the patient recovers quickly and satisfactorily while remaining compassionate.