As you recover from open-heart surgery – in the hospital and then at home – sleeping soundly can be a challenge. It’s important to find a comfortable sleep position that works for you. Also, knowing how to move in and out of bed safely helps protect you and your healing incision.
STS member Dr. Robbin G. Cohen from Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles offers advice to patients seeking restorative sleep after heart surgery.
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