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Proceedings of the American Society for Enhanced Recovery/Evidence Based Peri-Operative Medicine 2016 Annual Congress of Enhanced Recovery and Perioperative Medicine

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ABSTRACT

A1 Effects of enhanced recovery pathways on renal function

Charles R. Horres, Mohamed A. Adam, Zhifei Sun, Julie K. Thacker, Timothy J. Miller, Stuart A. Grant

A2 Economic outcomes of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS)

Jeffrey Huang

A3 What does eating, drinking and mobilizing after enhanced recovery surgery really mean?

Kirstie McPherson, Sanjiv Patel, Su Cheen Ng, Denise Veelo, Bart Geerts, Monty Mythen

A4 Intra-operative fluid monitoring practices

Su Cheen Ng, Mark Foulger, Tim Collins, Kirstie McPherson, Michael Mythen

A5 Development of an integrated perioperative medicine care pathway

Mark Edwards, Denny Levett, Tristan Chapman, Imogen Fecher – Jones, Julian Smith, John Knight, Michael Grocott

A6 Cardiopulmonary exercise testing for collaborative decision making prior to major hepatobiliary surgery

Mark Edwards, Thomas Sharp, Sandy Jack, Tom Armstrong, John Primrose, Michael Grocott, Denny Levett

A7 Effect of an enhanced recovery program on length of stay for microvascular breast reconstruction patients

Adam B. King, Kye Higdon, Melissa Bellomy, Sandy An, Paul St. Jacques, Jon Wanderer, Matthew McEvoy

A8 Addressing readmissions associated with an enhanced recovery pathway for colorectal surgery

Anne C. Fabrizio, Michael C. Grant, Deborah Hobson, Jonathan Efron, Susan Gearhart, Bashar Safar, Sandy Fang, Christopher Wu, Elizabeth Wick

A9 The Manchester surgical outcomes project: prevalence of pre operative anaemia and peri operative red cell transfusion rates

Leanne Darwin, John Moore

A10 Preliminary results from a pilot study utilizing ears protocol in living donor nephrectomy

Aparna Rege, Jayanth Reddy, William Irish, Ahmad Zaaroura, Elizabeth Flores Vera, Deepak Vikraman, Todd Brennan, Debra Sudan, Kadiyala Ravindra

A11 Enhanced recovery after surgery: the role of the pathway coordinator

Deborah Watson

A12 Hospitalization costs for patients undergoing orthopedic surgery treated with intravenous acetaminophen (IV-APAP) + IV opioids or IV opioids alone for postoperative pain

Manasee V. Shah, Brett A. Maiese, Michael T. Eaddy, Orsolya Lunacsek, An Pham, George J. Wan

A13 Development of an app for quality improvement in enhanced recovery

Kirstie McPherson, Thomas Keen, Monty Mythen

A14 A clinical rotation in enhanced recovery pathways and evidence based perioperative medicine for medical students

Alexander B Stone, Christopher L. Wu, Elizabeth C. Wick

A15 Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) implementation in abdominal based free flap breast reconstruction

Rachel A. Anolik, Adam Glener, Thomas J. Hopkins, Scott T. Hollenbeck, Julie K. Marosky Thacker

A16 How the implementation of an enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocol can improve outcomes for patients undergoing cystectomy

Tracey Hong, Andrea Bisaillon, Peter Black, Alan So, Associate Professor, Kelly Mayson

A17 Use of an app to improve patient engagement with enhanced recovery pathways

Kirstie McPherson, Thomas Keen, Monty Mythen

A18 Effect of an enhanced recovery after surgery pathway for living donor nephrectomy patients

Adam B. King, Rachel Forbes, Brad Koss, Tracy McGrane, Warren S. Sandberg, Jonathan Wanderer, Matthew McEvoy

A19 Introduction and implementation of an enhanced recovery program to a general surgery practice in a community hospital

Patrick Shanahan, John Rohan, Desirée Chappell, Carrie Chesher

A20 “Get fit” for surgery: benefits of a prehabilitation clinic for an enhanced recovery program for colorectal surgical patients

Susan VanderBeek, Rebekah Kelly

A21 Evaluation of gastrointestinal complications following radical cystectomy using enhanced recovery protocol

Siamak Daneshmand, Soroush T. Bazargani, Hamed Ahmadi, Gus Miranda, Jie Cai, Anne K. Schuckman, Hooman Djaladat

A22 Impact of a novel diabetic management protocol for carbohydrate loaded patients within an orthopedic ERAS protocol

Volz L, Milby J

A23 Institution of a patient blood management program to decrease blood transfusions in elective knee and hip arthroplasty

Opeyemi Popoola, Tanisha Reid, Luciana Mullan, Mehrdad Rafizadeh, Richard Pitera

No MeSH data available.


Bar chart to show distribution of length of stay for all enhanced recovery colorectal surgery patients (May-July 2015)
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Fig3: Bar chart to show distribution of length of stay for all enhanced recovery colorectal surgery patients (May-July 2015)

Mentions: Data was collected for 48 patients. All patients used the patient-facing side of the app. Mean length of stay for all enhanced recovery colorectal surgery was 7.4 days (see Fig. 3below). Analysis of data from the same time period in the previous year for colectomies and excision of rectum procedures demonstrated a reduced mean length of stay of 4.4 days in the intervention period (11.8 days versus 7.4 days). Overall compliance with the enhanced recovery pathway was 93 %. 92 % drinking, eating and mobilising on day zero, and 98 % on day 1 postoperatively.


Proceedings of the American Society for Enhanced Recovery/Evidence Based Peri-Operative Medicine 2016 Annual Congress of Enhanced Recovery and Perioperative Medicine
Bar chart to show distribution of length of stay for all enhanced recovery colorectal surgery patients (May-July 2015)
© Copyright Policy - OpenAccess
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC5016731&req=5

Fig3: Bar chart to show distribution of length of stay for all enhanced recovery colorectal surgery patients (May-July 2015)
Mentions: Data was collected for 48 patients. All patients used the patient-facing side of the app. Mean length of stay for all enhanced recovery colorectal surgery was 7.4 days (see Fig. 3below). Analysis of data from the same time period in the previous year for colectomies and excision of rectum procedures demonstrated a reduced mean length of stay of 4.4 days in the intervention period (11.8 days versus 7.4 days). Overall compliance with the enhanced recovery pathway was 93 %. 92 % drinking, eating and mobilising on day zero, and 98 % on day 1 postoperatively.

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ABSTRACT

A1 Effects of enhanced recovery pathways on renal function

Charles R. Horres, Mohamed A. Adam, Zhifei Sun, Julie K. Thacker, Timothy J. Miller, Stuart A. Grant

A2 Economic outcomes of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS)

Jeffrey Huang

A3 What does eating, drinking and mobilizing after enhanced recovery surgery really mean?

Kirstie McPherson, Sanjiv Patel, Su Cheen Ng, Denise Veelo, Bart Geerts, Monty Mythen

A4 Intra-operative fluid monitoring practices

Su Cheen Ng, Mark Foulger, Tim Collins, Kirstie McPherson, Michael Mythen

A5 Development of an integrated perioperative medicine care pathway

Mark Edwards, Denny Levett, Tristan Chapman, Imogen Fecher – Jones, Julian Smith, John Knight, Michael Grocott

A6 Cardiopulmonary exercise testing for collaborative decision making prior to major hepatobiliary surgery

Mark Edwards, Thomas Sharp, Sandy Jack, Tom Armstrong, John Primrose, Michael Grocott, Denny Levett

A7 Effect of an enhanced recovery program on length of stay for microvascular breast reconstruction patients

Adam B. King, Kye Higdon, Melissa Bellomy, Sandy An, Paul St. Jacques, Jon Wanderer, Matthew McEvoy

A8 Addressing readmissions associated with an enhanced recovery pathway for colorectal surgery

Anne C. Fabrizio, Michael C. Grant, Deborah Hobson, Jonathan Efron, Susan Gearhart, Bashar Safar, Sandy Fang, Christopher Wu, Elizabeth Wick

A9 The Manchester surgical outcomes project: prevalence of pre operative anaemia and peri operative red cell transfusion rates

Leanne Darwin, John Moore

A10 Preliminary results from a pilot study utilizing ears protocol in living donor nephrectomy

Aparna Rege, Jayanth Reddy, William Irish, Ahmad Zaaroura, Elizabeth Flores Vera, Deepak Vikraman, Todd Brennan, Debra Sudan, Kadiyala Ravindra

A11 Enhanced recovery after surgery: the role of the pathway coordinator

Deborah Watson

A12 Hospitalization costs for patients undergoing orthopedic surgery treated with intravenous acetaminophen (IV-APAP) + IV opioids or IV opioids alone for postoperative pain

Manasee V. Shah, Brett A. Maiese, Michael T. Eaddy, Orsolya Lunacsek, An Pham, George J. Wan

A13 Development of an app for quality improvement in enhanced recovery

Kirstie McPherson, Thomas Keen, Monty Mythen

A14 A clinical rotation in enhanced recovery pathways and evidence based perioperative medicine for medical students

Alexander B Stone, Christopher L. Wu, Elizabeth C. Wick

A15 Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) implementation in abdominal based free flap breast reconstruction

Rachel A. Anolik, Adam Glener, Thomas J. Hopkins, Scott T. Hollenbeck, Julie K. Marosky Thacker

A16 How the implementation of an enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocol can improve outcomes for patients undergoing cystectomy

Tracey Hong, Andrea Bisaillon, Peter Black, Alan So, Associate Professor, Kelly Mayson

A17 Use of an app to improve patient engagement with enhanced recovery pathways

Kirstie McPherson, Thomas Keen, Monty Mythen

A18 Effect of an enhanced recovery after surgery pathway for living donor nephrectomy patients

Adam B. King, Rachel Forbes, Brad Koss, Tracy McGrane, Warren S. Sandberg, Jonathan Wanderer, Matthew McEvoy

A19 Introduction and implementation of an enhanced recovery program to a general surgery practice in a community hospital

Patrick Shanahan, John Rohan, Desirée Chappell, Carrie Chesher

A20 “Get fit” for surgery: benefits of a prehabilitation clinic for an enhanced recovery program for colorectal surgical patients

Susan VanderBeek, Rebekah Kelly

A21 Evaluation of gastrointestinal complications following radical cystectomy using enhanced recovery protocol

Siamak Daneshmand, Soroush T. Bazargani, Hamed Ahmadi, Gus Miranda, Jie Cai, Anne K. Schuckman, Hooman Djaladat

A22 Impact of a novel diabetic management protocol for carbohydrate loaded patients within an orthopedic ERAS protocol

Volz L, Milby J

A23 Institution of a patient blood management program to decrease blood transfusions in elective knee and hip arthroplasty

Opeyemi Popoola, Tanisha Reid, Luciana Mullan, Mehrdad Rafizadeh, Richard Pitera

No MeSH data available.