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Background & Objectives: Accelerated recovery approaches decrease thestress response, improve the functions of organs and thus shorten the recoveryprocess postoperatively. Nurses, as a member of health care team, have the keyrole in these applications. This research was carried out with the aim ofanalyzing the ERAS methods which applied to the patients in surgical clinics. Method:A cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted in 2013 to include 194patients who underwent a surgical intervention. Data were collected using aresearcher-made questionnaire and statistically evaluated using percentage,chi-square test and correlation analysis. Results: It was found that almost allof the patients got information about operation in preoperative period. Accordingto our study, mostly general anesthesia was applied 87.6% of the patients;fasting durations 27.3 ± 20.2 hr for liquid and 38.2 ± 22.8 hr for solid foodand first mobilization durations 33.6 ± 19.5 hr were long and approximatelyin half of the patients total pain control couldn’t be achieved. It wasdetected that intravenous catheters were often used whereas urinary catheter ornasogastric tube was rarely used. As the first mobilization time extended,length of stay in the hospital prolonged postoperatively. Conclusion: Based onthe study findings, it was concluded that ERAS programs were applied partially.

KEYWORDS

Accelerated Recovery Programs, Enhanced Recovery after Surgery, Fast Track Surgery, Nursing Care, Postoperative Care

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Rizalar, S. and Topcu, S. 2015 Analysis of Enhanced Recovery after Surgery Applications in Patients Who Received Surgical Intervention. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-8. doi: 10.4236-oalib.1102010.





Autor: Selda Rizalar1*, Sacide Yildizeli Topcu2

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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