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Keep calm and stay out of the ICU: A comprehensive approach to reducing unplanned ICU admissions(0)

April 1, 2020

The results of a quality improvement initiative to decrease unplanned intensive care unit admissions at Geisinger-CMC, Scranton, PA, are summarized.

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Postoperative pain and nausea protocols decrease LOS without increasing readmissions after laparoscopic gastric bypass

Analgesic and nausea protocols deployed across four phases of operative care in patients at The University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, resulted in a reduced length of stay without increasing readmissions.

Hospital-based preoperative clinic applies ERAS and Strong for Surgery guidelines to optimize patients for surgery

Hospital-based preoperative clinic applies ERAS and Strong for Surgery guidelines to optimize patients for surgery

The results of an ERAS initiative and a Strong for Surgery checklist applied to colorectal surgery patients at CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System, Texarkana, TX, are summarized.

ERAS leads to reduced length of stay for geriatric joint replacement patients

The results of a quality improvement initiative to reduce length of stay for arthroplasty patients at the Kaiser Westside Medical Center (KWMC), Hillsboro, OR, are summarized.

Figure 1. Outcomes comparison, pre-ERAS vs. ERAS

ERAS program improves outcomes in patients undergoing cytoreductive surgery and heated intraperitoneal chemotherapy

The Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Phoenix, implemented an enhanced recovery after surgery program for patients undergoing hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy, and the results and lessons learned are described.


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