Prehabilitation: metabolic considerations.
Chabot K, Gillis C, Carli F.
Enhanced recovery programs in gastrointestinal surgery: Actions to promote optimal perioperative nutritional and metabolic care.
Gianotti L, Sandini M, Romagnoli S, Carli F, Ljungqvist O.
Prehabilitation: the anesthesiologist’s role and what is the evidence?
Minnella EM, Coca-Martinez M, Carli F.
Perioperative nutrition: Recommendations from the ESPEN expert group.
Lobo DN, Gianotti L, Adiamah A, Barazzoni R, Deutz NEP, Dhatariya K, Greenhaff PL, Hiesmayr M, Hjort Jakobsen D, Klek S, Krznaric Z, Ljungqvist O, McMillan DC, Rollins KE, Panisic Sekeljic M, Skipworth RJE, Stanga Z, Stockley A, Stockley R, Weimann A.
Enhanced Recovery and Surgical Optimization Protocol for Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery: An AAGL White Paper.
Stone R, Carey E, Fader AN, Fitzgerald J, Hammons L, Nensi A, Park AJ, Ricci S, Rosenfield R, Scheib S, Weston E.
What are the risk factors of failure of enhanced recovery after right colectomy? Results of a prospective study on 140 consecutive cases.
Destan C, Brouquet A, De Carbonnières A, Genova P, Fessenmeyer C, De Montblanc J, Costaglioli B, Lambert B, Penna C, Benoist S.
Frailty, geriatric assessment and prehabilitation in elderly patients undergoing urological surgery – is there a need for change of the daily clinical practice? Synthesis of the available literature.
Michalik C, Maciukiewicz P, Drewa T, Kenig J, Juszczak K.
Impact of Multidisciplinary Audit of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Programs at a Single Institution.
Pickens RC, Cochran AR, Lyman WB, King L, Iannitti DA, Martinie JB, Baker EH, Ocuin LM, Riggs SB, Davis BR, Matthews BD, Vrochides D.