An Enhanced Recovery after Surgery Pathway for Microvascular Breast Reconstruction Is Safe and Effective

@inproceedings{Astanehe2018AnER,
  title={An Enhanced Recovery after Surgery Pathway for Microvascular Breast Reconstruction Is Safe and Effective},
  author={Arezoo Astanehe and Claire F. Temple-Oberle and Markus Nielsen and William de Haas and Robert McDonald Lindsay and Jennifer A. Matthews and D. C. Mckenzie and Justin K. Yeung and Christiaan H. Schrag},
  booktitle={Plastic and reconstructive surgery. Global open},
  year={2018}
}
Background The aim of this study was to develop, implement, and evaluate a standardized perioperative enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) clinical care pathway in microsurgical abdominal-based breast reconstruction. Methods Development of a clinical care pathway was informed by the latest ERAS guideline for breast reconstruction. Key features included shortened preoperative fasting, judicious fluids, multimodal analgesics, early oral nutrition, early Foley catheter removal, and early… CONTINUE READING
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