publication . Article . 2019

Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) protocols in breast cancer patients undergoing post-mastectomy breast reconstruction with tissue expander

Maria Bourazani; Martha Kelesi; Georgia Fasoi;
Open Access Greek
  • Published: 01 Apr 2019 Journal: Ellīniko Periodiko tīs Nosīleutikīs Epistīmīs, volume 12, issue 2 (issn: 1791-9002, eissn: 2459-2994, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Ene
Abstract
A lot of women choose the immediate breast reconstruction after mastectomy. The most common method is breast reconstruction using tissue expanders. Women's way of life and the economic crisis have created the need for adopting enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocols and early hospital discharge. The present study aims at informing perioperative nurses about the ERAS protocols and encouraging their implementation. ERAS protocols in breast cancer patients undergoing immediate post-mastectomy breast reconstruction include a combination of evidence-based interoperative interventions with the participation of surgeons, anesthetists, nurses, physiotherapists,...
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free text keywords: Breast reconstruction, ERAS protocols, mastectomy, postoperative anxiety, rapid recovery, lcsh:Nursing, lcsh:RT1-120, Enhanced recovery after surgery, Medicine, business.industry, business, Breast reconstruction, Surgery, medicine.medical_specialty, Post mastectomy, Breast cancer, medicine.disease, Tissue expander
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