New tool aims to predict how we might feel after surgery

Surgery is a pretty intense experience, and whilst we all like to think it will inevitably have positive results, this isn’t always the case.  A British program that set out to examine the success rate hip and knee replacements or groin hernia repair has resulted in a new tool being developed that aims to predict whether we’ll benefit from the surgery or not.

The tool, which was built by researchers from the University of York, was based upon feedback from around 800,000 patients and provides patients with detailed feedback on how they might feel after the surgery takes place.

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