Improving Surgical Outcomes with Multimodal Prehabilitation in Colorectal Cancer Patients
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Surgical prehabilitation is an emerging field of scientific study in cancer patients. The process of prehabilitation ideally employs a multimodal approach including exercise, nutrition, and psychological care to modify physiological reserve and behaviors so that a positive impact on functional recovery can be achieved. There is some urgency to address what research is available on surgical prehabilitation and implement knowledge translation. This symposium provides an overview of the current evidence and will help to encourage scientific exploration into this important new field.
Francesco Carli, MD
Chelsia Gillis, MSc, RD
Celena Scheede-Bergdahl, PhD
*** Original Source: CNS 2015 Annual Conference - May 28-30, 2015
Last Updated: September 27, 2015
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