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“…5 Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocols involve the bundled application of evidence-based perioperative care interventions that are primarily aimed at hastening patient recovery and reducing the surgical stress response. 6 In recent years, the ERAS ® Society has compiled a set of guidelines across multiple surgical specialties, 7 all of which support the safety and efficacy of this multidisciplinary model as a standard of care to achieve better patient satisfaction, superior pain control, and lower postoperative morbidity. 8 The current ERAS guideline for elective colorectal surgery includes a total of 24 interventions that have been shown to improve postoperative clinical outcomes.…”
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“…5 Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocols involve the bundled application of evidence-based perioperative care interventions that are primarily aimed at hastening patient recovery and reducing the surgical stress response. 6 In recent years, the ERAS ® Society has compiled a set of guidelines across multiple surgical specialties, 7 all of which support the safety and efficacy of this multidisciplinary model as a standard of care to achieve better patient satisfaction, superior pain control, and lower postoperative morbidity. 8 The current ERAS guideline for elective colorectal surgery includes a total of 24 interventions that have been shown to improve postoperative clinical outcomes.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning