El Proyecto ACERTO: un protocolo multimodal barato y eficaz para América Latina

  • José de Aguilar Nascimento

Resumen

El proyecto ACERTO es un programa multimodal de cuidados perioperatorios. El conjunto de rutinas y prescripciones del proyecto ACERTO tiene como fundamento la medicina basada en evidencia en contraposición con cuidados tradicionales, muchas veces empíricos y enseñados en la rutina misma por generaciones sucesivas de cirujanos. Cuidados tradicionales como el uso de sonda nasogástrica, drenajes abdominales, preparación preoperatorio del colon, ayuno preoperatorio de 6 - 8 horas son modificados en el proyecto basado en la evidencia de estudios aleatorizados y metaanálisis. Además de eso, el proyecto refuerza la restricción de fluidos intravenosos y el uso de terapia nutricional en el perioperatorio. La aplicación del proyecto ACERTO desde 2005 ha modificado resultados, mostrando reducción significativa de días de internación y morbilidad postoperatoria en sucesivos estudios clínicos. El proyecto ACERTO es de uso gratuito.

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2020-04-25
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de Aguilar Nascimento, J. (2020). El Proyecto ACERTO: un protocolo multimodal barato y eficaz para América Latina. Revista De Nutrición Clínica Y Metabolismo, 3(1), 91 - 99. https://doi.org/10.35454/rncm.v3n1.018
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