2016
DOI: 10.1016/j.clnesp.2016.02.029
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Abstract: postoperative data of interest, postoperative infection rates, and hospital readmission rates were collected. Results: There were 22 patients in the PRE-AVRERAS group and 17 in the AVRERAS group. The median lengths of hospital stay were 10 and 7 days in the PRE-AVRERAS group and in the AVRERAS group, respectively (p¼0.03). The results of postoperative interest are described in Table 1. Conclusion: An ERAS pathway planned for minimally-invasive AVR seems feasible, associated with a shorter length of hospital st…

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