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No.1

Patient Satisfaction and Quality of Life withEnhanced Recovery Protocols

Debbie Li, Christine C. Jensen

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| Table 1 Patient and provider investments in ERAS protocols

No.2

Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) and SEER-Medicare Databases: Use in Clinical Research for Improving Colorectal Cancer Outcomes

Meghan C. Daly, Ian M. Paquette

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| Fig. 1 Survival curves in colorectal cancer patients according to age status.

No.3

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Interactive Audit System: 10 Years' Experience with an International Web-Based Clinical and Research Perioperative Care Database

Andrew Currie et al.

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| Fig. 2 (A, B) Impact of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) compliance on the development of complications and length of stay. Adapted from ERAS Compliance Group article.

No.4

Postoperative Ileus

Cristina R. Harnsberger et al.

Postoperative ileus (POI) is a common complication following colon and rectal surgery, with reported incidence ranging from 10 to 30%. It can lead to increased morbidity, cost, and length of stay. Although definitions vary considerably in the literature, in its pathologic form, it can be characterized by a temporary inhibition of gastrointestinal motility after surgical intervention due to nonmechanical causes that prevents sufficient oral intake. Various risk factors for development of POI have been identified including increasing age, American Society of Anesthesiologists scores 3 to 4, open approach, operative difficulty, operative duration more than 3 hours, bowel handling, drop in hematocrit or need for a transfusion, increasing crystalloid administration, and delayed mobilization. While treatment is expectant and supportive, significant investigations into strategies to mitigate development of POI or shorten its duration have been undertaken with mixed results. There is significant evidence to suggest that a minimally invasive approach and multimodal pain regimens reduce the development of POI. The beneficial effect of chewing gum, alvimopan, and enhanced recovery after surgery protocols may decrease development of POI in selected groups of patients who undergo elective colorectal surgery, and shorten time to return of bowel function, but overall, the data remain inconclusive.

No.5

Pain Management in Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) Protocols

J. Creswell Simpson et al.

Pain control is an integral part of Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) protocols for colorectal surgery. While opioid therapy remains the mainstay of therapy for postsurgical pain, opioids have undesired side effects including delayed recovery of bowel function, respiratory depression, and postoperative nausea and vomiting. A variety of nonopioid systemic medical therapies as well as regional and neuraxial techniques have been described as improving pain control while reducing opioid use. Multimodal and preemptive analgesia as part of an ERAS protocol facilitates early mobility and early return of bowel function and decreases postoperative morbidity. In this review, we examine several multimodal therapies and their impact on postoperative analgesia, opioid use, and recovery for patients undergoing colorectal surgery.

Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery 

Issues per year : 6
Volume : 33
Year : 2020
ISSN : 1531-0043

影响因子 2018:1.617

Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery为综述类期刊,出版有关小肠、结肠、直肠和肛门疾病的专题。

本刊专门面向涉及肠道疾病的临床医生、研究人员和教育工作者,广泛涵盖了基础信息、有争议的临床问题以及成熟和创新性诊断技术。

期刊主题全面覆盖整个专业,可作为 3 - 4 年的教育课程和认证考试的学习材料。所包含的研究和临床资料还能够使医生随时了解该专业的最新进展。