Asna Waseem, Ashfaq Ahmad, Humaira Waseem, Hafiz Zain Pervaiz.
Satisfaction of Cardiac Surgery patients regarding Post-operative Physical Therapy a Cross Sectional Study.
Pak J Physical Therapy Jan ;1(3):7-11.
Highlights: Satisfaction of cardiac surgery patients regarding post-operative physical therapy Benefits gained by cardiac surgery patients from post-operative physical therapy sessions Post-operative physical therapy interventions used for cardiac surgery patients Abstract: Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) is a primary reason of demise globally, being the paramount in the people matured 55 years or beyond. Listening and observing the behavior of cardiac surgery patients regarding post-operative physical therapy inside the hospital is critical to understanding and improvement for the services as well as the hospital environment. Objective: To find out the levels of satisfaction of cardiac surgery patients regarding post-operative physical therapy. Methodology: A cross-sectional survey with convenient sampling technique was used. Modified 1 standardized questionnaire by LIMA et al., was taken to determine the satisfaction of cardiac surgery patients regarding post-operative physical therapy in sample size of 31 patients of both genders, who underwent cardiac surgery in Pakistan Employee Social Security Institute (PESSI), Lahore. The data was collected and analyzed by means of SPSS v.23. Results: 20 (64.5%) respondents were very much satisfied with the post-operative physical therapy, 10 (32.3%) respondents were neutrally satisfied and 1 (3.2%) respondent was not satisfied. Conclusions: Based on the perspective of the patient, we concluded that post-operative physical therapy in cardiac surgery patients contributes to the success of the post-operative rehabilitation process.
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