Goodbye Sternal Precautions, Hello Move in the Tube?
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References and Additional Resouces
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Balachandran S, Lee A, Denehy L, et al. Risk factors for sternal complications after cardiac operations: a systematic review. Ann Thorac Surg. 2016;102(6):2109-2117.
El-Ansary D, Adams J, Gach R, Triano S, Katijjahbe M. “Keep your Move in the Tube” after heart surgery: evidence, translation and implementation of a paradigm shift towards physical activity for enhanced recovery. EACTS Daily News, 32nd EACTS Annual Meeting. October 20, 2018:28.
Katijjahbe MA, Granger CL, Denehy L, et al. Standard restrictive sternal precautions and modified sternal precautions had similar effects in people after cardiac surgery via median sternotomy ('SMART' Trial): a randomised trial. J Physiother. 2018;64(2):97-106.