UW study: Major surgery’s impact on brain is smaller than feared

In a study he recently authored, NTP trainer Robert Sanders found that on average, people’s cognition is “pretty much the same” after a major operation as compared to before. Results indicated that having major surgery is associated with around a five-month decline in cognitive ability.

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