The Transverse Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous flap allows extensive breast reconstructive surgery to be performed and patients to be discharged 18 hours after surgery rather than spending five days as an inpatient. By using clinical best practices in surgical techniques, multi-model anesthesia and pain strategies, personalized patient toolkits and educational resources, and standardized pre- and post-operative processes, the team has optimized the patient experience.

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