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eHealth Program to Empower Patients in Returning to Normal Activities and Work After Gynecological Surgery: Intervention Mapping as a Useful Method for Development

eHealth Program to Empower Patients in Returning to Normal Activities and Work After Gynecological Surgery: Intervention Mapping as a Useful Method for Development

To mirror the intended target group, inclusion criteria for participation in the focus group discussions were age 18-65, a history of a laparoscopic adnexal surgery and/or hysterectomy on benign indication in 2008, and a job (paid or unpaid) of at least 8 hours

Antonie Vonk Noordegraaf, Judith A.F. Huirne, Carina A. Pittens, Willem van Mechelen, Jacqueline E.W. Broerse, Hans A.M. Brölmann, Johannes R. Anema

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(5):e124


Uterine Fundectomy in Patients With Benign Etiology Undergoing Hysterectomy: New Surgical Technique

Uterine Fundectomy in Patients With Benign Etiology Undergoing Hysterectomy: New Surgical Technique

The surgical technique is selected based on the reason for surgery, the general condition of the patient, and the surgeon’s experience and skills.

AboTaleb Saremi, Homa Bahrami, Fariba Feizy

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(10):e150


Usability of Mobile Health Apps for Postoperative Care: Systematic Review

Usability of Mobile Health Apps for Postoperative Care: Systematic Review

themes.ThemeStringMobile contextSmartphone OR smart phone OR mobile phone OR mobile device OR mHealtha OR tabletSoftwareApp OR application OR operating system OR OSb OR ios OR android OR windows OR google playPostoperativePostoperative OR post-operative OR surgery

Ben Patel, Arron Thind

JMIR Perioper Med 2020;3(2):e19099


QuickSilver: A Phase II Study Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging Criteria to Identify “Good Prognosis” Rectal Cancer Patients Eligible for Primary Surgery

QuickSilver: A Phase II Study Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging Criteria to Identify “Good Prognosis” Rectal Cancer Patients Eligible for Primary Surgery

Unfortunately, while preCRT reduces the risk of LR, it does not improve survival, leads to significantly poorer bowel and sexual function, and increases the risk of developing second malignancies compared to surgery alone [7-11].

Rectal Cancer Alliance Of Canada (RCAC)

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(2):e41