NPO length prior to surgery
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What is the effect of NPO length of duration prior to surgery on gastrointestinal motility and patient satisfaction post op?
P-Post Operative Population
I-Shorter NPO times
C-NPO of 8hrs vs NPO of <8hrs
O-Greater patient satisfaction and normal bowel motility after operation
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