Eight years of experience with Enhanced Recovery After Surgery in patients with colon cancer: Impact of measures to improve adherence.

@article{Bakker2015EightYO,
  title={Eight years of experience with Enhanced Recovery After Surgery in patients with colon cancer: Impact of measures to improve adherence.},
  author={Nathalie Bakker and Hamit Cakir and Hieronymus J Doodeman and Alexander P. J. Houdijk},
  journal={Surgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={157 6},
  pages={1130-6}
}
BACKGROUND Perioperative treatment of patients with colorectal cancer according to the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocol has proven to reduce complications and duration of stay. However, strict adherence remains a challenge and the benefits may decrease with lower adherence. In this study, we report on 8 years of adherence to the ERAS protocol and its effect on postoperative outcome in patients with colon cancer. METHODS In 2006, the ERAS protocol was introduced for treatment of… CONTINUE READING
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