Enhanced Recovery After Surgery®: resultados iniciales de la implementación del programa en cirugía de colon e hígado en Santa Casa de Porto Alegre, Brasil

  • Florentino Mendes
  • Paulo Roberto Ott Fontes
  • Luciano Vitola
  • Carlos Farias
  • Daieni Fernandes
  • Ingrid Petroni Ewald
  • Uira Fernandes

Resumen

El protocolo ERAS tiene como meta reducir la respuesta al estrés asociada a cirugía.

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2020-04-24
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Mendes, F., Ott Fontes, P., Vitola, L., Farias, C., Fernandes, D., Petroni Ewald, I., & Fernandes, U. (2020). Enhanced Recovery After Surgery®: resultados iniciales de la implementación del programa en cirugía de colon e hígado en Santa Casa de Porto Alegre, Brasil. Revista De Nutrición Clínica Y Metabolismo, 3(1), 25 - 33. https://doi.org/10.35454/rncm.v3n1.017
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