presurgery

presurgery

(priːˈsɜːdʒərɪ)
adj
(Surgery) of the period before surgery
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The extent of the disease was determined using a standardized protocol that included detection of distant metastasis with computed tomography examination presurgery, and also during the surgery with an examination of intra-abdominal organs.
They reported a change in the pregnancy rate from 18% presurgery to 65.
Flaxseed supplementation (not dietary fat restriction) reduces prostate cancer proliferation rates in men presurgery.
Presurgery psychological factors predict pain, nausea, and fatigue one week after breast cancer surgery.
A possible reason is that the presurgery psychiatric screening might have excluded the patients with potential risk of eating disorders.
The renal response to revascularisation was assessed as follows: (i) improvement: >20% increase in e-GFR from presurgery value; (ii) stabilisation: e-GFR within 20% of presurgery value; and (iii) failure: >20% deterioration in e-GFR from presurgery value.
Shu Ting Goh et al, [8] proposed a new method of presurgery gastroscopy and colonoscopy monitoring procedure that allows the patient to freely move inside the medical ward.
Demographic and clinical features of the study subjects Subject/age/gender Disease Larsen K/L CRP level duration, score score presurgery, years for RA for OA mg/liter RA patients RA 1/52/F 8 IV -- 0.
During the reference period, which lasted from months 13-24 presurgery, the group's combined rate of ED visits and hospital admission for heart failure exacerbation was 14.
Body weight recovery to no less than 90% of presurgery amount within 7 days was the inclusion criteria.
Presurgery distress and specific response expectancies predict postsurgery outcomes in surgery patients confronting breast cancer.
A presurgery baseline of the women's anxiety levels was recorded followed by five minutes of listening to one song of their choice.