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Abstract

Research Progress of Rapid Rehabilitation Surgery in Anesthesia

Author(s): FUZHAO XIANG, MING LI, F. LUO, YUNMING YU, XING YANG, T. ZHANG AND YIN YANG*
Department of Anesthesiology, Three Gorges Hospital Affiliated to Chongqing University, Wanzhou 404000, China

Correspondence Address:
YIN YANG, Department of Anesthesiology, Three Gorges Hospital Affiliated to Chongqing University, Wanzhou 404000, China; E-mail: [email protected]


Rapid rehabilitation surgery, also known as accelerated rehabilitation surgery, is a series of perioperative optimal management measures based on evidence-based medicine, in order to minimize the perioperative stress reaction of patients and reduce the risk of various complications, so as to achieve the goal of improving prognosis and promoting rapid recovery of patients. The concept of rapid rehabilitation surgery plays an important role in clinical anesthesia. It runs through the whole anesthetic work, such as preoperative anesthetic health education, preoperative fasting, selection of anesthetic scheme, intraoperative fluid therapy, intraoperative body temperature monitoring, postoperative analgesia and perioperative anesthetic management. The following article will review the application progress of rapid rehabilitation surgery in clinical anesthesia in recent years.

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