The results, according to a summary published by the National Institutes of Health, showed that 30 days after surgery, the outcomes were more or less the same for all patients, in terms of the success of the surgery, the quality of recovery and the incidence of complications.
What does QoR stand for?
QoR stands for Quality of Recovery
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 6 other meanings of QoR in our Acronym Attic
- Quasi-Optical Power Combining
- Query Optimization in a Protective Environment
- Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (American Society of Clinical Oncology)
- Qualifying Overseas Pension Scheme (UK)
- Quality Opportunities
- Quasi-Optical Phase Shifter
- Quarter on Quarter
- Quaternary Offset Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
- Qualitative Operational Requirement
- Quality of Object Relations (psychotherapy)
- Quality Of Results
- Queen of Romance
- Queen's Own Rifles
- Query on Release
- Qwest Online Request Application
- Quadrature Offset Raised Cosine
- Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
- Queensland Outdoor Recreation Federation (Australia)
- Quality of Object Relations Scale
- Queensland Organic Recycling Systems (Swanbank, Queensland, Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Measuring the impact on the frequency of experiencing severe pain or constant moderate pain may be more relevant outcomes for patients, as these have been identified as being a concern for patients, their families and carers, and validated in the Quality of Recovery score (5).
They find this choice greatly improves the pace and quality of recovery.
The new research found that parent's prioritised their child's needs as follows: (in order of importance from most to least) - quality of recovery from anaesthesia - parental presence during anaesthesia induction - parental involvement in medical decision making - staff attitude - post-operative pain and - cost to the parent.
The quality of recovery is improving, adding resilience to the affected countries, which are now in a much stronger position to absorb shocks.
Patients also showed an improved quality of recovery and returned to normal activities faster.
In this study the quality of recovery was quantified with an 11-point VRS for pain intensity, the Richmond Agitation-Sedation score and the presence or absence of nausea and vomiting.
Perhaps the quality of recovery has less to do with the family being able to trust unconditionally again (as if trust were a light switch) and more to do with the courage to embrace a deliberative, structured process borne from accepting the importance of distrust as a normal starting point in recovery.