Preoperative Phase

During this phase, patients learn all the exercises they will have to practise also in the postoperative phase, including the best strategies to counteract the main postoperative problems, thus developing a greater awareness of their condition. However, depending on the urgency of the patient's condition, this rehabilitative intervention may not always be possible, particularly if patient is affected by Crohn's disease. During the preoperative phase, a preventive functional evaluation is established. Patients are trained in breathing induction and relaxation techniques. Moreover, they learn the different types of cough, to be mainly performed using their intercostal muscles, and breathing techniques. They are also trained to adopt the correct posture when forced to bed for certain periods.

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