Why premedicate before ambulating a postoperative patient?

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If you premedicate a postoperative patient there is a higher chance of a faster recovery and less damage being done due to overexertion. I'm not entirely certain as to why you would premedicate before transport. It may be to help with vertigo or calm the patient as transportation can be stressful and possibly cause additional injury or harm.
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