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Background: All hospitals need nurse-led post-surgery care to improve patient health. An aging population and rising costs threaten cost-effective healthcare systems. These systems adapt by combining skills in unique organizational structures. This requires doctor and nurse leadership and novel care approaches. Anesthesiologists are more involved in peri-operative medicine, which covers many specialties. This highlights why health care providers must work collaboratively to keep everyone safe.Successful surgery requires a well-coordinated, interdisciplinary team with a safety culture.
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to find out how important nurse-led care after surgery is in hospitals in different parts of India.
Methodology: A mix of different techniques was used to get the best results. The information used came from both qualitative and quantitative sources. This has helped bring about the best possible results. Books, journals, government websites, and other sources were used to find the secondary sources. The main way that information was gathered was by giving questionnaires to patients in different hospitals all over India. The sample was made up of 200 people.
Results: The study shows that nurses' care following surgery is crucial for speedy and long-term recovery. This helps patients understand what procedures or precautions to take for optimal therapy results. The results reveal that there isn't enough evidence to support nurse-led pre- and post-operative assessment services right now.To improve these areas, hospitals must collaborate (Nilsson, Gruen & Myles, 2020). The study benefits nurses, doctors, and hospital administrators. Hospitals must upgrade their nurses-led post-operative treatment facilities to tackle any difficulties that may arise. Anesthesia is a key aspect of post-care treatment, according to the study. But it's early and has to be strengthened. This helps Indian doctors, nurses, and hospital boards improve their services.