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Problems that may occur after surgery include lymphedema on the upper limb of the affected side, tightness in the chest wall or underarm on the surgical side, limited shoulder mobility or pain, upper limb weakness on the affected side, and cardiorespiratory dysfunction.
The following are the precautions for self-care and exercise at home after radical mastectomy.
Most of the patients receiving rehabilitation programs are at high risk for falls due to their mobility difficulties. When you and your family come to the treatment area, please pay attention to the following matters to ensure patient safety:
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a technique that does not invade the human body while stimulating specific parts of the brain.
The first to second hours after birth are the most sober moments for newborns and the best time to help babies interact with their mothers and other family members.
Most of the children's permanent teeth begin to sprout around the age of 6-7, starting with the first molar.
Difficulties occur in the process of food entering the stomach from the mouth, leading to the inability to chew or swallow normally, which easily causes food or liquid to be inhaled into the trachea and further into the lungs by mistake.
Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) is performed by means of a cystoscope passing through the urethra and scraping off the prostrate piece by piece with a surgical electric knife.
After anesthesia, adults fast for 4 hours and children for 6 hours. After awakening, please try drinking water first. If there is no vomiting, you can eat liquid diet. If there is no further vomiting, you can drink milk or eat solid food.
Eat more high-fiber vegetables and fruits and high-protein food; do not smoke and drink. If constipation occurs, laxatives can be used according to the doctor's advice to avoid unnecessary enemas.