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Breaking the fast: a nurse suspected patients were going without food or water for too long before surgery, so she decided to investigate.(Report)

A nurse-led study at a London hospital has found that many surgeons do not follow national guidance on perioperative fasting times. Excessive fasting can weaken patients and delay recovery. Surgical teams may be willing to introduce shorter fasts if the benefits to patients are made clear.

Journal Title: Nursing Standard Feb 15, 2012, Vol.26(24), p.22(2)
Main Author: Cosh, Jackie
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Language: English
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description: A nurse-led study at a London hospital has found that many surgeons do not follow national guidance on perioperative fasting times. Excessive fasting can weaken patients and delay recovery. Surgical teams may be willing to introduce shorter fasts if the benefits to patients are made clear.
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