Proper nutrition before and after surgery can make a difference in preparing for and recovering from procedures and hospitalization, and in helping adults get back to their best lives.
Incisions and Nutrition: How to Help Surgical Wound Healing
Whether it's a knee or hip replacement, tumor removal or anything in between, one process always happens once the surgery is complete: a doctor cleans and closes the incisions they've made. Once that incision is made, your body’s healing process starts.
How to Prepare for Surgery and Get Back on Your Feet
In the U.S., the number of surgical procedures is increasing, with more than 30 million performed annually according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. No matter what kind of surgery you may be having, preparing for one can raise a lot of questions and concerns.
How to Support Recovery from Surgery
Each year in the U.S., there are 35 million hospital stays, with an average length of stay of 4.6 days. Whether from a planned surgery to an unplanned sickness, recovering after a hospital visit can feel like it takes longer to feel like ourselves. The good news is that with the right strategies you can support a strong recovery.