Focused Issue on Enhanced Recovery After Gastrointestinal Cancer Surgery

Posted On 2019-10-19 13:08:02


This focused issue on “Enhanced Recovery After Gastrointestinal Cancer Surgery” is edited by Dr. Corrado Pedrazzani, from Department of Surgery and Oncology, Unit of General and Hepatobiliary Surgery, Verona University Hospital Trust, Verona, Italy.

Focused issue outline:

  1. Principles of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery
  2. Future perspectives of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery in gastrointestinal surgery
  3. Benefits of Enhanced Recovery Program in esophago-gastric surgery
  4. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery in hepato-biliary surgery: a way to go?
  5. Feasibility and advantages of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery in pancreatic surgery
  6. Early detection of complications and ERP in emergent surgery
  7. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery in elderly and high-risk patients
  8. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: the role of prehabilitation
  9. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: the importance of nutritional support
  10. Early diagnosis of surgical complications in the setting of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery
  11. New tools for improving implementation and patients’ satisfaction in Enhanced Recovery After Surgery
  12. Possible role of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery in improving cancer management
  13. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery in the setting of emergency gastrointestinal surgery