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Management of Groin Flaps for Vascular Coverage

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Postoperative Management of Groin Flaps for Vascular Coverage

This is a randomized controlled trial designed to analyze the impact of bedrest duration on return to functional independence at discharge following sartorius flap for coverage of vascular reconstruction in the groin.

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Early ambulation

Patients who are in the experimental arm will have a shorter duration of bedrest restriction following sartorius surgery (1 day) versus the standard group (5 days bedrest).

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Postoperative Management of Groin Flaps for Vascular Coverage

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NCT03477682

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