2018
DOI: 10.1055/s-0038-1673661 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Background In thoracic surgery clinics, patients are encouraged to walk; however, to our knowledge, there is no data regarding the minimum step count necessary to protect them from complications. In our study, we aim to ascertain the relationship between walking and prolonged air leak (PAL), which is one of the most common complications following thoracic surgery. Methods Patients, who were being followed-up at our clinic between December 2016 and July 2017, were separated into three groups and were … Show more

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“…11 Kavurmaci et al showed that the step count below 2,513 on the 1 st postoperative day in patients who underwent lung resection other than pneumonectomy was associated with prolonged air leak. 10 Takahashi et al showed that the daily mean step count threshold of 1,308 steps in patients who were rehospitalized for cardiac reasons after cardiac surgery was a risk factor. 23 It is stated that patients undergoing lung resection cannot return to their preoperative physical activity levels in the 2 nd month postoperatively.…”
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“…11 Kavurmaci et al showed that the step count below 2,513 on the 1 st postoperative day in patients who underwent lung resection other than pneumonectomy was associated with prolonged air leak. 10 Takahashi et al showed that the daily mean step count threshold of 1,308 steps in patients who were rehospitalized for cardiac reasons after cardiac surgery was a risk factor. 23 It is stated that patients undergoing lung resection cannot return to their preoperative physical activity levels in the 2 nd month postoperatively.…”
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“…In the form prepared by the researchers with the support of the literature, there are 11 questions questioning sociodemographic characteristics (age, sex, educational status, smoking, alcohol consumption, comorbidity, the presence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), height, weight, body mass index, step length). 10,17 pATIENT RESuLTS EvALuATION fORM…”
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