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Ear, Nose and Throat diseases
The treatment of ENT diseases is usually provided at outpatient clinics or require only a short hospitalization period. Most operations are performed as a day surgery in which the patient is admitted to the unit in the morning and discharged later on the same day. This means high volume and fast paced operation served by a small team of healthcare professionals.
As ENT operation patients stay in a hospital only a short period of time, it is vital to provide patients with a necessary procedure and preparation information before an operation and to provide patients with timely and personalized nutrition and medicine information after an operation.
Essential steps in the ENT operation care process
Before ENT procedure is important to inform the patient with the following:
- Procedure information
- Pre-appointment checklist
- Medicine discontinuation reminders
After the ENT procedure, hospitals need to provide information and collect data, such as:
- Healing process information
- Nutrition information and limitations
- Information on how to use pain killers and pain diary
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