Desiree Trebesch

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Purpose To examine if a multi-modal integrative intervention (education, early feeding/activity, epidural, integrative therapies) impacts length of hospital stay (LOS) compared to historical controls in women undergoing surgery for known or suspected endometrial, ovarian, or cervical cancer. Methods The multi-modal intervention combines various therapies(More)
BACKGROUND Integrative medicine (IM) provides patient-centered care and addresses the full range of physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual, and environmental influences that affect a person's health. IM is a "whole systems" approach that employs multiple modalities as opposed to an isolated complementary therapy. Thus, studying outcomes of IM is(More)
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