Full scientific programme available on the Website

Full scientific programme available on the Website

ERAS Congress 2014

23-26 April 2014 · Meliá Hotel · Valencia · Spain

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ERAS® Society Guidelines

ERAS® Society Guidelines

Guidelines

The Guidelines for Perioperative Care After Radical Cystectomy for Bladder Cancer are now available!

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CTV Edmonton: New approach to colorectal surgery

CTV Edmonton: New approach to colorectal surgery

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ERAS has been covered on Canadian CTV channel. Watch it now!

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ERAS® Society Guidelines

ERAS® Society Guidelines

Guidelines

The ERAS® Society Guidelines for for Perioperative Care in Elective Rectal/Pelvic Surgery are now available!

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ERAS® Society Guidelines

ERAS® Society Guidelines

Guidelines

The Guidelines for Perioperative Care for Pancreaticoduodenectomy are now available!

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ERAS® Society Guidelines

ERAS® Society Guidelines

Guidelines

The ERAS® Society Guidelines for Perioperative Care in Elective Colonic Surgery are now available!

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    ERAS® stands for Enhanced Recovery After Surgery. ERAS is a multimodal perioperative care pathway designed to achieve early recovery for patients undergoing major surgery.
    ERAS represents a paradigm shift in perioperative care in two ways.  First, it re-examines traditional practices, replacing them with evidence-based best practices when necessary. Second, it is comprehensive in its scope, covering all areas of the patient''s journey through the surgical process.
   The key factors that keep patients in the hospital after surgery include the need for parenteral analgesia, the need for intravenous fluids secondary to gut dysfunction, bed rest caused by lack of mobility.
    The central elements of the ERAS pathway address these key factors, helping to clarify how they interact to affect patient recovery. In addition, the ERAS pathway provides guidance to all involved in perioperative care, helping them to work as a well-coordinated team to provide the best care.
     Use of the ERAS pathway has been shown to:
  • reduce care time by more than 30% and
  • reduce postoperative complications by up to 50% [1].

[1] Varandhan, KK et al. The enhanced recover after surgery (ERAS) pathway for patients undergoing major elective open colorectal surgery: a meta-analysis of randomized trials. Clin. Nutr 2010.

 

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