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    Ahlberg, Christopher
    Linnaeus University, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Department of Health and Caring Sciences.
    Hur påverkar höftlinjen patientens tillfrisknande: En litteraturstudie2017Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year)), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    BackgroundA fast-track system was introduced do topeople suffer from low-energy trauma with a suspected hip fracture.Thispathway up comewas to minimize the suffering a was introduced to bypass the emergency department to win time and minimizes the numbers of movement and getsthe patient faster on to the operating table.MethodsThe aim ofthis study was toexplore howthe pathway have any positiveeffects for the patient through analyzing made studies on the subject. Twelve studies wereused toanswer the aim of this study.All twelve were analyzedtrough SBU:s model for analysis.Both studies with qualitative and quantitative design wereused to answer the aim and to give it a deeper understanding. ResultsThere was an advantage for the patient in the pathway with the fewer new faces in anoften confused and painfulmomentwhich gives the patient a calmer and quicker recovery. The compassion and knowledge of the patient was bigger if the same person took care of the patient through the process. The gain in time was only a fact up untilthe x-ray after that the waitingtimebecame the same with orwithout pathway. ConclusionThe studies show an advantage for the patient with the pathway up to a point after that point there still is room for more research and change in the pathway to optimize for the patient and caregiver.

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