2016
DOI: 10.1016/j.clnesp.2016.02.042
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Abstract: Objectives: Radical cystectomy is associated with significant morbidity, ranging between 30 and 60% 1 . Before 2015, we have implemented some ERAS items for cystectomy patients without a prospective database. We evaluated the results and compliance with the ERAS protocol using the ERAS Interactive Audit System (EIAS) database (Encare®) one year after implementation of a full ERAS protocol. Methods: We compared the results of 2014 (pre-ERAS) and 2015 (after implementation of full ERAS protocol) with regards to … Show more

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“…Lastly, evaluation by the individual specialties of their patients' average postoperative opioid use, measured as morphineequivalent daily doses, demonstrated a 42 to 85 percent decrease in opioid use after ER protocol implementation. [30] Although no data regarding patient-reported pain scores is collected within the NSQIP database, results of previously published studies utilizing ER protocols suggest that the lower observed opioid use was associated with stable to improved patient reported pain scores. [31][32][33]…”
Section: Individual Specialty Outcomes Of Patients Treated On Er Versus Tp Protocolsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Lastly, evaluation by the individual specialties of their patients' average postoperative opioid use, measured as morphineequivalent daily doses, demonstrated a 42 to 85 percent decrease in opioid use after ER protocol implementation. [30] Although no data regarding patient-reported pain scores is collected within the NSQIP database, results of previously published studies utilizing ER protocols suggest that the lower observed opioid use was associated with stable to improved patient reported pain scores. [31][32][33]…”
Section: Individual Specialty Outcomes Of Patients Treated On Er Versus Tp Protocolsmentioning
confidence: 99%