Turning “waiting lists” for elective surgery into “preparation lists” In a new editorial in the British Journal of Anaesthesia, Prof Dileep Lobo and colleagues argue that it is time to sit back and rethink how we view ‘waiting lists’ for elective surgery. The article is titled “Turning ‘waiting lists’ for elective surgery into
The post Covid-19 surgical backlog: Now is the time to implement ERAS® Applying ERAS® to reduce the Post Covid-19 Surgical backlog while at the same time “massively improve patient safety and outcomes” as well as “increasing capacity and driving down cost of care”. Members of the ERAS® Society Executive Committee; Prof Olle Ljungqvist,
Based on real costs and including specific costs due to the implementation, the ERAS program in gynecologic surgery induced significant decrease of overall costs by $4.381 per patient.
Newly published articles in JAMA Surgery emphasizes the importance of multidisciplinary team work as well as continuous audit and follow up for sucessful ERAS® work.
10 years’ Experience with an international Web-Based Clinical and Research Perioperative Care Database” shows that the ERAS® Interactive Audit System (EIAS) supports the collaborative clinical effort in driving quality improvement in the perioperative care in a short time frame, in an international context.
Recently an article published by members of the ERAS® Society discusses the importance of training in order to implement and maintain good quality of ERAS® work.
A recently published article in the Journal of Surgical Oncology reviews implementation of ERAS and its financial implication.
All of the accepted abstracts on Enhanced Recovery After Surgery from the ERAS® World Congress in Lyon have been published online by Clinical Nutrition ESPEN.
The Scientific Program is now available.
A recently published article in JAMA Surgery outlines the rationale för ERAS®.