A Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Anxiety Management Before Cancer Surgery

AONN+ Blog published on August 22, 2022 in Mental Health

Many patients with cancer may experience anxiety before a surgery. If not properly managed, the preoperative anxiety can adversely affect postoperative recovery and patient outcomes. A recent research study suggested that a multidisciplinary team approach can help alleviate preoperative anxiety in patients preparing for colorectal stoma surgery.

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