This essay focuses on having unnecessary health care.Screening is a test to see whether a person has a disease, and screenings are often done before surgery
Read the article (particularly the method section) on page 479-497 (attached). A randomized controlled trial of an individualized preoperative education intervention for symptom management after total knee arthroplasty.
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Screening is a test to see whether a person has a disease, and screenings are often do before surgery. Screenings should happen when they are indicate and not otherwise as a matter of routine. Screenings which are do without indication carry the risks of having unnecessary health care.
Electrocardiograms (ECGs) are sometimes give before any kind of surgery as a matter of routine. but are unnecessary if a person does not have new and worrisome symptoms and if the surgery is minor. Eye surgery, for example, would not usually require an ECG.
Cardiac imaging and cardiac stress tests are usually unnecessary for people. Who do not have a serious heart condition and who are having surgery unrelate to the heart. People in the United States using government healthcare services are especially likely to have this procedure without indication.
Chest x-rays are usually unnecessary for people under age 70. Who are not having chest surgery and who do not have worrisome symptoms. Breathing tests are usually unnecessary for people who do not smoke. Do not have respiratory disease, and who do not have symptoms.
Among children who are at normal risk for normal risk of pulmonary aspiration or vomiting during anaesthesia. There is no evidence showing that denying them oral liquids before. Surgery improves outcomes but there is evidence showing that giving liquids prevents anxiety.
Sometimes before a surgery a health care provider will recommend some health intervention. To modify some risky behavior which is associate with complications from surgery.
Smoking cessation before surgery is likely to reduce the risk of complications from surgery.
In circumstances in which a person’s doctor advises them to avoid drinking alcohol before and after the surgery. But in which the person seems likely to drink anyway. Intense interventions which direct a person to quit using alcohol. Prove to be helpful in reducing complications from surgery.