Enhanced recovery from obstetric surgery: a U.K. survey of practice.

  title={Enhanced recovery from obstetric surgery: a U.K. survey of practice.},
  author={Suhaas Aluri and Ian J. Wrench},
  journal={International journal of obstetric anesthesia},
  volume={23 2},
BACKGROUND In the UK earlier discharge of patients following elective caesarean section would require that more patients are discharged the day after surgery. The introduction of enhanced recovery in other specialties has resulted in shorter postoperative stay. We surveyed current U.K. practice to find whether this was consistent with enhanced recovery and what changes units would need to introduce to establish such a programme. METHODS We conducted an Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association… CONTINUE READING
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