For patients before, during, and after surgery
The Surgery Companion prepares patients in detail for their time in the hospital, the surgery itself, and the first few weeks afterward. We follow a multi-modal approach for this.
To prepare for:
Hip joint replacement
Knee joint replacement
Arthroscopic surgery on a degenerative meniscus
Benefits for providers
- Targeted preparation for time in the hospital
- Take care of organizational tasks
- Overview of important health parameters and activities
- Increased compliance thanks to health education that is in keeping with guidelines and relates to everyday life
End-to-end checking of success
Regular health checks give the doctor indications of how well the treatment is going and give the patient an overview of the recovery process.
The program keeps patients informed across every phase of treatment, so they go into surgery calmer and with more confidence. This also eases the burden on clinical staff, as it is easier to work with the patients.
The program: an overview
- Patient education
- Background knowledge on the disease or condition
- Checklists for the time spent in the hospital
- Preparations for returning home
- Questionnaires (PROMs)
- Strength training exercises
- ADL exercises (such as walking with three/four points of ground contact with crutches)
- Relaxation techniques
- Information on basics of social law
- Integrated chat function
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