COA 2013: Personalized education following TKR surgery provides potential QOL benefit
Individualized health education for improving the quality of life of patients with knee joint after replacement
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58 patients who were scheduled to receive knee replacement surgery were randomly placed into 1 of 2 groups to test the effect of personalized health education on quality of life following knee joint replacement surgery. Patients were placed in either a control group (conventional care and education following surgery) or an experimental group (personalized health education following surgery). The r...
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