Artículos en Rehabilitación Multimodal – Agosto 2019

Enhanced Recovery Deviation and Failure After Pancreaticoduodenectomy: Causative Factors and Impact.

Tankel J, Sahnan K, Neumann M, Carmel O, Dagan A, Reissman P, Ben Haim M.

Role and impact of multimodal prehabilitation for gynecologic oncology patients in an Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) program.

Miralpeix E, Mancebo G, Gayete S, Corcoy M, Solé-Sedeño JM.

Impact of transversus abdominis plane blocks versus non-steroidal anti-inflammatory on post-operative opioid use in ERAS ovarian cancer surgery.

Bisch SP, Kooy J, Glaze S, Cameron A, Chu P, Ghatage P, Nation J, Nelson G, Fitzmaurice GM.

Pain Control in the Cardiothoracic Surgery Patient.

Thompson-Brazill KA.

Does the Implementation of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Guidelines Improve Outcomes of Bariatric Surgery? A Propensity Score Analysis in 464 Patients.

Meunier H, Le Roux Y, Fiant AL, Marion Y, Bion AL, Gautier T, Contival N, Lubrano J, Fobe F, Zamparini M, Piquet MA, Savey V, Alves A, Menahem B.

Optimal timing and route of nutritional support after esophagectomy: A review of the literature.

Zheng R, Devin CL, Pucci MJ1, Berger AC, Rosato EL, Palazzo F.

The relationship between sarcopenia and survival at 1 year in patients having elective colorectal cancer surgery.

Dolan DR, Knight KA, Maguire S, Moug SJ.

Multimodal Prehabilitation Programs for Older Surgical Patients.

Borrell-Vega J, Esparza Gutierrez AG, Humeidan ML.

In-hospital resistance training to encourage early mobilization for enhanced recovery programs after colorectal cancer surgery: A feasibility study.

Schram A, Ferreira V, Minnella EM, Awasthi R, Carli F, Scheede-Bergdahl C.