Post-operative Care

Welcome to our post-operative care program, where we prioritize your well-being and support your recovery journey after surgery. Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals is committed to providing comprehensive and personalized care to ensure a smooth and successful healing process

Examples of post-operative patient

Orthopedic Surgery Patients

Patients undergoing orthopedic surgeries such as joint replacements or spinal surgeries often require specialized care during the post-operative phase.

Cardiac Surgery Patients

Individuals who have undergone cardiac surgeries, such as bypass surgery or valve replacement, may require close monitoring of vital signs, medication management, wound care, and assistance with cardiac rehabilitation exercises.

Gastrointestinal Surgery Patients

Patients who have undergone gastrointestinal surgeries, such as appendectomies, gallbladder removal, or bowel resections, may require assistance with wound care, pain management, monitoring for post-operative complications, and guidance on dietary modifications.

How can EC Nurse Connect assist?


Nurses monitor patients' vital signs, administer medications, and assess and manage pain levels. They also monitor the surgical site for signs of infection, change dressings, and provide wound care. Nurses educate patients and their families about post-operative care instructions, including medication management, dietary restrictions, and signs of complications.

Healthcare Assistant

Healthcare workers provide general assistance and support to patients. They help with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, and feeding, ensuring patients' comfort and well-being. They also assist with mobility, ensuring patients can move safely and comfortably during their recovery. Healthcare workers can monitor vital signs, report any concerns or changes in the patient's condition to the medical team


Physiotherapists help restore physical function and promoting rehabilitation. They assess patients' mobility and functional abilities and develop personalized exercise programs to improve strength, flexibility, and range of motion. Physiotherapists guide patients through exercises and techniques aimed at regaining functional independence and reducing pain. They also provide education on proper body mechanics and assistive devices, such as crutches or walkers, to enhance mobility. Physiotherapists work closely with patients to set realistic goals and monitor progress, adapting the treatment plan as needed to optimize recovery and restore patients' quality of life.