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The objectives of this study are to survey patients during the post-operative period regarding their experience with fluid restriction including adherence and discomfort, and to document rates of hyponatremia and readmissions in post-operative patients.
Advances in endonasal, endoscopic transsphenoidal surgical techniques have decreased complications and length of stay for persons undergoing resection of sellar and suprasellar masses Previous research by investigators now at Mayo (SLS, AQH) has shown that particular interventions including fluid restriction post-operatively decrease patient morbidity (e.g., from hyponatremia) and readmissions while maintaining patient safety. However, the patient perspective on the impact of fluid restriction has not been documented.
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