Measuring Quality of Recovery
AbstractThere is growing interest in patient-centred outcome measures in anaesthesia research.1-4 Such measures have traditionally focussed on quality of life and patient satisfaction, but for patients undergoing surgery there has been a recent focus on the patient’s subjective experience of their overall recovery,2,5 and disability-free survival.6
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