Simple remedies for postop gas pain

Nichols, Rowena R.
February 1986
RN;Feb86, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p42
Academic Journal
Discusses some techniques on dealing with post operative gas problems. What to expect after surgery; Information on a simple exercise to reduce gas buildup; How to perform abdominal massage.


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