Perioperative Fluid Utilization Variability and Association With Outcomes: Considerations for Enhanced Recovery Efforts in Sample US Surgical Populations.

@article{Thacker2016PerioperativeFU,
  title={Perioperative Fluid Utilization Variability and Association With Outcomes: Considerations for Enhanced Recovery Efforts in Sample US Surgical Populations.},
  author={Julie K. Marosky Thacker and William K. Mountford and Frank R. Ernst and Michelle R. Krukas and Michael Monty G. Mythen},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={2016},
  volume={263 3},
  pages={502-10}
}
OBJECTIVES To study current perioperative fluid administration and associated outcomes in common surgical cohorts in the United States. BACKGROUND An element of enhanced recovery care protocols, optimized perioperative fluid administration may be associated with improved outcomes; however, there is currently no consensus in the United States on fluid use or the effects on outcomes of this use. METHODS The study included all inpatients receiving colon, rectal, or primary hip or knee surgery… CONTINUE READING
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