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The purpose of this study is to determine whether administration of Topical Transexamic Acid (TXA) at the time of tissue expander placement in the setting of implant-based breast reconstruction reduces postoperative drain volume, as well as reducing the time until drains meet criteria for removal.
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The purpose of this study is to assess outcomes, satisfaction and aesthetics of two different breast reconstruction techniques (Goldilocks alone, and Goldilocks with Implant-Based Reconstruction) and compare its safety, patient satisfaction, aesthetic evaluation and complications.
In the light of the pandemic, institutions have had to take greater precautions and instigate procedures to aim to improve safety and reduce risk for patients undergoing surgery. One intiative was designed to implement a same day discharge for patients undergoing mastectomy with or without alloplastic reconstruction. This study aims to evaluate the outcomes and patient satisfaction with same day mastectomy with or without alloplastic reconstruction following COVID-19 and compare satisfaction and outcomes (e.g complications) with patients pre-COVID 19. This is part of a quality improvement project.
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