Prayer For A Friend Facing Surgery
Before and After Surgery Wishes Messages
Surgery Wishes Messages : No one s the feeling of going under doctor’s knives and scissors. But every now and then people have to experience this scary event called surgery. Surgeries are very common in our life yet we are so much afraid of it.
When a person is scheduled to go under a surgery, he is afraid, nervous and needs some really strong emotional supports from his nearest and dearest ones. If someone close to you is having a surgery, you really need to wish him some inspirational words or with some funny words to keep him stress free in this situation.
Your words mean a lot to people who are undergoing a surgery. Check these good wishes for surgery.
Before Surgery Wishes Messages
There is no reason of fear, because God is always with you. You will be fine. We all are waiting for seeing you soon as a healthy, strong and handsome guy! Wish you all the best!
Dear friend, in my life you are the one who stayed with me all my difficult situation and I’m also the one who stayed beside you in every difficult time. I hope you can quickly recover your surgery. Stay strong!
It is very true that every person feels some fear because of surgery. But you are the strongest and that’s why you have taken the right decision. The surgery was very necessary for your health. I am sending you all the love & good wishes!Dear, don’t lose hope. Just think that the surgery is for the sake of you and your health. Stay strong and go ahead. Wishes for your positive result!
What are you thinking right now?? A bunch of viruses are stronger than you? No Dear! You are the one who can stay strong whatever happens. So don’t worry & just go through this procedure! Stay strong!
Dear, just think that surgery is a very simple thing. When the surgery will start, take it you are going to sleep and after completing you’ll feel better than before! Don’t worry! Wishing you a very fast recovery!
I think surgery is a painful thing and you also think that. But keep one thing in your mind that after completing the surgery you will feel much better than before and it is good for your health. Take care of yourself!
Enter into the surgery room is an adventure Dear. You may be senseless the whole time and I’m sure that you’ll complete your journey safely. Don’t be afraid Dear! Wish you all the best!
Don’t worry! You are in the hand of best professionals. So, there is nothing to be worried. You’ll see that you will recover soon and we all are visiting you there. Good luck!
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Look at the future with positivity. It’s time to leave the negativity from your body. The doctors will do whatever is necessary for your body. Keep in mind that all is well. Best wishes for your surgery!
Dear, I’m sending you all the positive energy all over the world! During this time I can’t stay beside you but believe me my love is always there! I’ll there as soon as possible. Take my love and stay strong!
Surgery Wishes Messages After Surgery
I have always admired you for your courage and positivity. I become very glad to know that during your surgery you stayed strong there. Keep in mind that your positivity will cover your health half. Get well soon dear!
Dear, I’m praying all the time during your surgery and now it’s complete. So now time to come back home. Wishes for your fast recovery!
When I heard that your surgery was done successfully than there is no bound of my joy. I hope now you feeling much better than before. Wishing you a speedy recovery!This message is for just wanted to let you know that how caring we all are about you. We all are sending you wishes for your fast recovery and good health. Don’t lose hope. We all are stay beside you. Get well soon dear!
Dear, your absence had created a vacuum in our group. We miss you a lot. It’s great that your surgery had done and after some days you may join with us as before. Our group will get its life back! Wishing for your fast recovery!
I’m praying to Allah for your very fast recovery than anything else. I hope Allah will understand my feeling! My best wishes for your fast and full recovery!
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Wishing that every day will bring your happiness, brighter time, healthier and happier you. Get well soon dear!
It’s good to hear that you are danger now. Now, try to stay positive through your recovery. Wish you all the best!
I knew that how brave and strong you are! And you again prove it during surgery dear! Now waiting for your fast recovery. Get well soon!
Do you know how special you are to me? I miss you all the time. During your surgery I can’t stay there but my soul was there always. Now you are surgery room and we’ll meet as soon as possible. Wishes for your fast recovery!
Dear, how are you feeling right now? I hope you are feeling better than before. Wishes for a healthy and happier you!
20 Short But Effective Prayers for Surgery
Do you need a prayer for surgery? Even if nurses take care of hundreds of patients and see them being wheeled into the operating room, we can never be too tired to send out a wish and a prayer for a successful surgery.
Here are 20 short but powerful prayers for nurses, doctors, and patients.
1Prayer For Guidance
Heavenly Father, please take my hands and guide them. Grant me the strength to help my patients and their families. The skill to ease their suffering the understanding to diagnose their needs. The kindness of heart to care for them and reassure their fear. Please be beside me on each and every case as I rely on you the greatest of healers. Amen.
2Prayer For Righteous Judgement
God, the greatest master of healing arts, bless us and guide us. Make us your instrument in alleviating the pains of your ailing servants. Make our eyes alert, our hands skillful and sensitive, and fill our mental faculties with keenness to make righteous judgment so that others may live. Amen.
3Prayer For A Patient’s Recovery
I said a prayer for you today, that God would touch you with His healing hand and give you the comfort and peace you need to get through.
4Prayer For A Patient’s Continued Health
I said a prayer for you today, and know that God must have heard. I felt the answer in my heart although He spoke not a word. I didn’t ask for wealth or fame (I know you wouldn’t mind).
I asked Him to send treasures of a far more lasting kind! I asked that He’d be near you at the start of each new day; to grant you health and blessings and friends to share your way. I asked for happiness for you in all things great and small.
But it was for His loving care I prayed for most of all!
5Prayer For After Surgery
O merciful Father in heaven, thank You for being with (name of person) while he/she was in surgery. Thank You for blessing the surgeon with the skill and knowledge needed to do his/her work and safely bringing (name person) through this operation.
O gracious Father, bring healing to (name person) and bless him/her with the best care possible as he/she recovers. Continue to bless him/her with your tender care.
Grant him/her patience during his/her recuperation, help him/her grow in strength each day, and bring him/her to full recovery quickly, without any setbacks. Amen.
6Prayer For Strength And Healing
At every moment of our existence your are present to us God, in gentle compassion. Help us to be present to one another so that our presence may be a strength that heals the wounds of time, and gives hope that is for all persons, through Jesus our compassionate brother.
7Prayer For Jesus’ Healing Hands
Heavenly Father, we pray that You will lay your healing Hands upon all those who are sick. We beg You to have compassion on all those who are suffering so that they may be delivered from their pitiful circumstances. In Jesus, we pray. Amen.
8Prayer For Quick Recovery
May the love of Jesus and His healing power touch you in a special way this very hour. May the Savior’s strong arms and prayers of special friends embrace and hold you close until your body mends.
9Prayer For Recovery
Today I lifted up your name before the Lord in prayer. I asked him to supply your needs, and keep you in his care. I pled with him to make you well, and take away your illness and pain, the sunshine chases rain. Amen.
10Prayer For Skill
Dear God, These strong gloved fingers which I flex, this human hand which holds the knife, sterile now and steady – need thy guiding skill to help another life. Bless now this patient – thine and mind – who, under thee entrusts to me a precious life! God of the surgeon’s tireless strength, the surgeon’s finite skill, grant that I may be guided to do thy will. Amen.
11Prayer For Guidance
Dear God, These fragile hands that cut the flesh, steady them as if at rest. Bless this patient yours and mine whose very life is your design. Almighty God I do pray guide my hand as I work today! Amen.
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12General Prayer For Healing
Pour out, thy healing Angels, thy heavenly host upon me, and upon those that I love, let me feel the beam of thy healing Angels upon me. The light of your healing hands, I will let thy healing begin, whatever way God grants it, Amen.
13Prayer For A Successful Operation
Loving Father, I entrust myself to your care this day. Guide with wisdom and skill the minds and hands of the medical people who minister in your Name, and grant that every cause of illness be removed.
That I may be restored to soundness of health and learn to live in more perfect harmony with you and with those around me. Through Jesus Christ. Amen. Into your hands, I commend my body and my soul. Amen.
14Prayer Before Surgery
O Jesus Christ, Messiah and Lord, grant me joyful acceptance of the surgery which awaits me, and let this be the relief and cure which I seek.
Make skilled the work of the surgeon and that of his team for it is unto their knowledge and skill that I give myself for healing.
I pray You, O Lord, that this procedure will be without complication, and that my recovery will be speedy and complete. Amen.
15Prayer For Healing
O God, the source of all health. Fill my heart with faith. Be near me in times of weakness and pain Although I know You are in control, I am apprehensive about what faces me. You made me, loved me, and have provided my surgeon with needed skill to perform a miracle in my behalf. Sustain me by Your grace that my strength and courage may not fail. Heal me according to Your will. Amen.
16Prayer Before Surgery
Loving Father, as I face this new experience in these different surroundings, I come to You for courage, wisdom and peace of mind. I know that Your Healing Power is here both in me and my doctor.
I trust his skill and wisdom, and he tender care of the nurses. Dear Lord, take over this operation and let Your Power be felt through all these forces. Let Your Perfect Wholeness be mine, that I may live to glorify You in every area of my life.
I pray all this in the Powerful Name of Jesus, my Lord and Saviour. Amen.
17Prayer For Preparation Before A Surgery
Lord Jesus, help me as I prepare for this operation. In Your love, guard and protect me through the skills of the doctors and the care of everyone else. Bring me back to health and full recovery. Lord Jesus, I praise You forever and ever. Amen.
18Prayer From Deuteronomy
Lord, help me suffering to lead me to return to You with a repentant heart; ready to follow Your commands and praise Your Name for Your patience with me. In Jesus Name, Amen.
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19Prayer After Surgery
Blessed Savior, I thank you that this operation is safely past, and now I rest in your abiding presence, relaxing every tension, releasing every care and anxiety, receiving more and more of your healing life into every part of my being. In moments of pain, I turn to you for strength. In times of loneliness I feel your loving nearness. Grant that your life and love and joy may flow through me for the healing of others in your name. Amen.
Lord Jesus, heal me. Heal in me whatever You see needs healing. Heal me of whatever might separate me from you. Heal my memory, heal my heart, heal my body, heal my soul. Lay Your hands gently upon me and heal me through Your love for me. Amen.
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We all know that Nursing is both a challenging and a rewarding career and working in a 12-hour hospital shift is an inevitable part of the “challenging” category.
Though nurses have been used to this kind of set-up, sleep deprivation and fatigue could be detrimental both for the nurse’s health and also for her patients’ safety. There are surprisingly few studies describing how shift work is associated with diet and weight-related conditions.
Shift work has been associated with increased body mass index (BMI), waist circumference, BP, and low-density lipoprotein-in other words, metabolic syndrome.But according to a Lippincott’s Nursing Center journal, there are proven ways to keep nurses in their best shape despite the mandatory 12-hour shift that they have to withstand.
I have sorted out all the information that will be of great help for our Filipino nurses.
Here are the 10 tips for the 12-hour shift survival:
#1: Achieve and maintain a healthy weight
If your BMI is over 27 with other health risks or over 30 with no comorbidities, a clinically significant weight loss of 7% to 10% of your baseline weight can be achieved by eating 250 to 500 fewer calories per day over 24 weeks. If you’ve been gaining unwanted weight, keeping a food diary may help you manage your weight.
#2: Follow a Mediterranean-style eating plan
Following the Mediterranean eating plan has been associated with lower risk for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes and can also contribute to weight management.
You don’t have to study Mediterranean cuisine to follow the diet because this plan only emphasizes eating whole foods, particularly fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, seeds, and nuts.
Also, focus on choosing “good fats” and whole foods with high levels of dietary fiber.
#3: Eat a high-protein breakfast
High-protein foods have been shown to improve satiety and retention of lean body mass. Eating breakfast has also been linked to a reduced urge to consume calorie-dense foods, improved attention span, and increased energy for physical activity.
Pack a “survival” lunch bag with a protein source (skim milk, turkey, low-fat deli meats, hard-boiled eggs, low-fat yogurt, low-fat cottage cheese), a fruit and/or vegetable, and a whole grain (high-fiber cereal, oatmeal, whole grain crackers, whole grain bread or cereal) to avoid the fast-food drive-thru.
#4: Make sure you’re getting enough vitamin DVitamin D deficiency, defined as 25-hydroxy vitamin D levels under 20 ng/mL, may contribute to fatigue.
Experts suggest serum levels of at least 32 ng/mL vitamin D, which contribute to optimal calcium absorption, improved bone density, fewer falls, and reduced risk for some cancers, diabetes, osteoporosis, metabolic syndrome, and obesity.
Good food sources of vitamin D include cod liver oil, salmon, mackerel, tuna and sardines canned in oil, fortified orange juice, and fortified dairy products.
#5: Get enough sleep
Sleep deprivation is a common consequence of the 12-hour shift. Long-term sleep loss has been associated with obesity and diabetes. The exact mechanisms are unknown, but it’s thought that sleep modulates hormone secretions, which may impact glucose utilization, insulin sensitivity, appetite regulation, and resting energy expenditure.
Sleep may also impact circulating leptin, ghrelin, thyroid-stimulating hormone, and cortisol levels. Most adults require at least 6.
5 hours but not more than 9 hours of sleep per day to avoid carbohydrate craving, stimulated overeating, and/or increased appetite.
If it isn’t possible to acquire the needed hours of sleep, focus on choosing foods with high dietary fiber and lower carbohydrate content.
#6: Count your steps
If shift work prevents adherence to a regular exercise program, try to include activity in your workday. An appropriate goal for weight maintenance is 10,000 steps (about 5 miles) per day.A goal for heart health would be 3,000 steps in 30 minutes at least 5 days a week. These steps can be done in bouts of 10 minutes.
If you don’t meet your goal during your shifts, plan to catch up on a day off.
#7: Don’t skip meals
Keep a supply of prepackaged meal replacements in your break room. Even if you can’t take a real lunch break, at least you’ll have something good to fall back on.
#8: Advocate for appropriate meal breaks
Work together to create a culture that allows staff the opportunity to take meal breaks without feeling they’re abandoning their patients. This requires mutual support and planning.
#9: Stay hydrated
If you don’t drink sufficient fluids, you may experience signs and symptoms of dehydration, includ ing lightheadedness, dizziness, or nausea.
The body needs fluid in the form of water or beverages such as juice, milk, tea, or sports drinks, as well as some fluid from food.
Contrary to widespread belief, caffeinated beverages contribute to daily fluid needs and aren’t dehydrating-with one exception. Caffeine is dehydrating for a person who doesn’t consume caffeine routinely.
#10: Consider chewing gum
Chewing sugar-free gum (away from patient-care areas) can be a replacement for snacks such as candy while contributing only 10 to 15 cal. Recent studies demonstrate that gum chewing can increase alertness, concentration, and oral health while decreasing stress and tension.
Nurses are angels of care but as humans, we also need to take care of ourselves and replenish the strength that we have for our job. Remember, nurses are not robots or superhumans so take good care of yourself and get ready for another bloody 12-hour shift. Good luck!