Enhanced Recovery After Surgery strategies for elective craniotomy: a systematic review
Vittorio Stumpo, Victor E Staartjes, Ayesha Quddusi, Marco V Corniola, Enrico Tessitore, Marc L Schröder, Erich G Anderer, Martin N. Stienen, Carlo Serra & Luca Regli
A wide range of evidence-based interventions are available to improve recovery after elective craniotomy, although there are few published ERAS protocols. Patient-centered optimization of neurosurgical care spanning the pre-, intra-, and postoperative periods is feasible and has already provided positive results in terms of improved outcomes such as postoperative pain, patient satisfaction, reduced length of stay, and cost reduction with an excellent safety profile. Although fast-track recovery protocols and ERAS studies are gaining momentum for elective craniotomy, prospective trials are needed to provide stronger evidence.
|citation||Stumpo V, Staartjes V E, Quddusi A, Corniola M V, Tessitore E, Schröder M L, Anderer E G, Stienen M N, Serra C, Regli L. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery strategies for elective craniotomy: a systematic review. J Neurosurg 2021;1-25.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||07-05-2021|
|journal title||J Neurosurg|