ERAS

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery

Placing the patient at the centre of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocols

 

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) is a multimodal, evidence-based, perioperative care pathway designed to improve recovery after surgery.3

Danish Professor Henrik Kehlet pioneered the fast-track surgery in 1997. The term ERAS was adopted in 2001. The 22 components comprising modern ERAS guidelines are driving improved outcomes in reduced length of stay, reduced post-operative complications, reduced mortality and decreased re-admission rates.

We should encourage institutions that do not have an ERAS program in place to apply goal-directed therapeutic strategies because the current evidence supports patient benefit.4

 

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