Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) and the Role of Advanced Hemodynamic Monitoring

Ahmad Enad Alenzi, Abdullah Abdulelah S Alanazi, Abdullatef Ahmad Alenzi, Alruwaili, Wael Humaidi S, Attallah Mohammed Alonazi, Ibrahim Enad Alenazi, Fahad Zaidan Alanazi


This study aimed at exploring the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) as a multi-modality, evidence-based approach to improving the quality of patient care after major surgery and to investigate the effectiveness of the implementation of the ERAS on the outcome measures. Therefore, the problem of this study lies in exploring the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) upon the role of advanced hemodynamic monitoring through examining a sample of (220) patients in two Jordanian hospitals (Jordan Hospital and the Specialty Hospital) undergoing major surgery. The study concluded that the patients had witnessed progressive outcome measures in the Improved Post-operative Morbidity Score (POMS), and the Reduced Length of Stay in Hospital, and the Reduced episodes of harm and surgical complications.

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