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Enhanced Recovery After Surgery

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery

Author: Olle Ljungqvist

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030334437

Category: Medical

Page: 654

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This book is the first comprehensive, authoritative reference that provides a broad and comprehensive overview of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS). Written by experts in the field, chapters analyze elements of care that are both generic and specific to various surgeries. It covers the patient journey through such a program, commencing with optimization of the patient’s condition, patient education, and conditioning of their expectations. Organized into nine parts, this book discusses metabolic responses to surgery, anaesthetic contributions, and optimal fluid management after surgery. Chapters are supplemented with examples of ERAS pathways and practical tips on post-operative pain control, feeding, mobilization, and criteria for discharge. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: A Complete Guide to Optimizing Outcomes is an indispensable manual that thoroughly explores common post-operative barriers and challenges.

Enhanced Recovery after Surgery

Enhanced Recovery after Surgery

Author: Ryoji Fukushima

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9811067953

Category: Medical

Page: 161

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This book provides up-to-date information and practical approaches to Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) programs for digestive and / or cardiopulmonary surgery. ERAS programs following surgical interventions are now part of the standard of care for patients undergoing various operative procedures. These programs have been associated with reductions in complications, in length of hospital stay after surgery and in related costs, and have led to improved patient QOL. Enhanced Recovery after Surgery discusses a range of aspects of the program, from surgical procedure to perioperative management. Each chapter is written by experts in the field, including digestive, cardiopulmonary and pediatric surgeons. It is a valuable resource for surgeons, nurses and administrators interested in initiating an ERAS program.

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) in Bariatric Surgery

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) in Bariatric Surgery

Author: Jaime Ruiz-Tovar

Publisher: Nova Science Publishers

ISBN: 1536199761

Category: Obesity

Page: 0

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"Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) programs are a multidisciplinary approach in the perioperative care of the patient undergoing major surgery, including pre, intra and postoperative measures, based on the actual evidence published in literature (evidence-based medicine), to improve the postoperative recovery of the patient. ERAS protocols have been widely developed in colorectal surgery, but, given their excellent results, new protocols and guidelines have been developed in other surgical fields, including abdominal and extra-abdominal areas. In the last decade, several ERAS protocols have been implemented worldwide in bariatric surgery, confirming their safety and advantages of ERAS approaches, even on morbidly obese patients. The aim of this book is to update the actual evidence about ERAS protocols on bariatric surgery, analyzing separately the different components and multidisciplinary approach of the ERAS programs"--

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: Past, Present, and Future, an Issue of Surgical Clinics

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: Past, Present, and Future, an Issue of Surgical Clinics

Author: Daniel I. Chu

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0323642128

Category: Medical

Page: 1292

View: 933

This issue of Surgical Clinics of North America focuses on Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: Past, Present, and Future, and is edited by Dr. Daniel I. Chu. Articles will include: ?Overview of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: The Evolution and Adoption of ERAS in North America; ERAS and Effects on Quality Metrics; ERAS and Effects on Patient-Reported Outcomes; ERAS: Economic Impact and Value; Pre-Op Preparations for ERAS: A Role for Prehabilitation; ERAS and Multimodal Strategies for Analgesia; ERAS and Intra-operative Fluid Strategies; ERAS Implementation: Strategies, Barriers and Facilitators; Nursing Perspectives on ERAS; ERAS and Reduction of Surgical Disparities; ERAS in Community Hospitals; ERAS: What's New in Colorectal; ERAS: Hepatobiliary; ERAS: Urology; ERAS: Gyn-Oncology; ERAS and Future Directions; and more

Enhanced Recovery after Surgery

Enhanced Recovery after Surgery

Author: Ryoji Fukushima

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789811067969

Category: Medical

Page: 161

View: 347

This book provides up-to-date information and practical approaches to Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) programs for digestive and / or cardiopulmonary surgery. ERAS programs following surgical interventions are now part of the standard of care for patients undergoing various operative procedures. These programs have been associated with reductions in complications, in length of hospital stay after surgery and in related costs, and have led to improved patient QOL. Enhanced Recovery after Surgery discusses a range of aspects of the program, from surgical procedure to perioperative management. Each chapter is written by experts in the field, including digestive, cardiopulmonary and pediatric surgeons. It is a valuable resource for surgeons, nurses and administrators interested in initiating an ERAS program.

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: Past, Present, and Future, An Issue of Surgical Clinics E-Book

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: Past, Present, and Future, An Issue of Surgical Clinics E-Book

Author: Daniel I. Chu

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323642354

Category: Medical

Page:

View: 103

This issue of Surgical Clinics of North America focuses on Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: Past, Present, and Future, and is edited by Dr. Daniel I. Chu. Articles will include: Overview of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: The Evolution and Adoption of ERAS in North America; ERAS and Effects on Quality Metrics; ERAS and Effects on Patient-Reported Outcomes; ERAS: Economic Impact and Value; Pre-Op Preparations for ERAS: A Role for Prehabilitation; ERAS and Multimodal Strategies for Analgesia; ERAS and Intra-operative Fluid Strategies; ERAS Implementation: Strategies, Barriers and Facilitators; Nursing Perspectives on ERAS; ERAS and Reduction of Surgical Disparities; ERAS in Community Hospitals; ERAS: What's New in Colorectal; ERAS: Hepatobiliary; ERAS: Urology; ERAS: Gyn-Oncology; ERAS and Future Directions; and more!

Evaluation of Educating Registered Nurses Prior to Implementing New Evidence-based Protocol

Evaluation of Educating Registered Nurses Prior to Implementing New Evidence-based Protocol

Author: Lisa Brooks

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1057556117

Category: Electronic books

Page: 22

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Evidence-based protocols promote standardization of care and patient safety. The inclusion of major stakeholders is imperative to the success of implementation of a new protocol. The “Enhanced Recovery After Surgery” (ERAS) protocol was implemented at the Veterans Administration Medical Center – St. Louis prior to formal education of direct-care registered nurses (RNs), a major stakeholder group. Due to the lack of knowledge, the RNs who were expected to implement and adhere to the ERAS protocol were not prepared and displayed a lack of confidence. Subsequently, an educational training intervention was designed and executed with thirty-five RN participants. Prior to this training, a pre-test was administered followed by a post-test after the training. The data analysis reported a significant increase in knowledge of the correct ERAS protocol process among all the participants. An increase in confidence related to the correct implementation of the ERAS protocol was also shown among the participants. The outcome of this project implies that structured, program-specific training can impact the knowledge and perceived confidence of direct-care RNs to adhere to and correctly implement the ERAS protocol.

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery

Author: Stan Waechter

Publisher: Nova Science Publishers

ISBN: 1536196045

Category: Medical

Page: 135

View: 185

"This book brings to light the latest research on enhanced-recovery after surgery or ERAS. The chapters focus on ERAS in head and neck surgery, protocols in thoracic surgery, the impact of perioperative immunonutrition on complications in patients undergoing radical cystectomy and ERAS in gynecological surgery"--

Prehabilitation for Cancer Surgery

Prehabilitation for Cancer Surgery

Author: Arunangshu Chakraborty

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9811664935

Category: Medical

Page: 353

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This book explores the concept of prehabilitation to great depths using all possible modes of prehabilitation across surgical specialities. Prehabilitation is a unique concept that is becoming popular day-by-day. It began from the enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) program and has found importance in almost all of the surgeries now. The book possibly being the first on prehabilitation globally introduces the concept, describes the methods of functional assessment of the patients scheduled for extensive cancer surgery, and ways of pre-optimisation. It covers the methods of prehabilitation system-wise and then provides pehabilitation tools specific for individual onco-surgical subspecialties. The book will be an invaluable resource for practitioners of onco-anesthesia and onco-surgery in optimizing their patients before surgery for best results. It will also be useful for the allied disciplines such as nutritionists, physiotherapists, psychiatrists and oncology nurses.

Management of Postoperative Pain Within Eras Protocols in Surgery

Management of Postoperative Pain Within Eras Protocols in Surgery

Author: Jaime Ruiz-Tovar

Publisher: Nova Science Publishers

ISBN: 1536199702

Category: Medical

Page: 187

View: 636

"Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) programs are a multidisciplinary approach in the perioperative care of the patient undergoing major surgery, including pre, intra and postoperative measures, based on the actual evidence published in literature (evidence-based medicine), to improve the postoperative recovery of the patient. ERAS protocols have been widely developed in colorectal surgery, but given their excellent results, new protocols and guidelines have been developed in other surgical fields, including abdominal and extra-abdominal areas. One of the main keypoints in the multidisciplinary approach is a correct management of postoperative pain. Adequate analgesia implies lower morphine requirements and facilitates early postoperative mobilization. Consequently, lower postoperative ileus and earlier oral intake can be achieved. Altogether, this leads to an improvement of the overall quality of life. Multimodal analgesia is one of the main tools employed for these aims. It consists of the administration of different analgesic drugs by different ways, reducing the risk of toxicity and the appearance of adverse effects. In addition, the different analgesic methods used provide a synergistic effect, maximizing the analgesic result. The aim of this book is to update the actual evidence about ERAS protocols on different surgical approaches, analyzing the different analgesic schemes used in different approaches, all of them including the principle of multimodal analgesia"--