The article entitled “Visual teaching aids improve understanding and reduce anxiety prior to a colectomy” by James A. Stewart et al.
1reveals an interesting insight into visual teaching aids as an educational tool for patients before colectomy, offering more quality and safety for the patient when approving the informed consent form.
- Stewart J.
- Wood L.
- Wiener J.
- et al.
Visual teaching aids improve patient understanding and reduce anxiety prior to a colectomy.
Am J Surg. 2021; 222: 780-785
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Published online: October 15, 2021
Accepted: October 14, 2021
Received: October 11, 2021
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