Last updated on August 2019

The First ERAS Protocol for Cesarean Delivery in Serbia at the University Hospital

Brief description of study

This study is designed to help us with ERAS (Enhanced Recovery After Surgery) Protocol for Cesarean Delivery implementation with goal to improve patient satisfaction and decrease length of stay at hospital. This will improve patient treatment and decrease total hospital costs.

Detailed Study Description

ERAS assumes cooperation between obstetricians, anesthesiologists and parturient. This is the new concept because patient have an active role in the whole process. Pregnant patient receives the first information about ERAS from obstetrician and anesthesiologist before the scheduled cesarean delivery. Patient condition optimization is necessary. Antibiotic prophylaxis, no bowel preparation and arriving to the hospital on the day of surgery are basic principles. All patients are done under spinal anesthesia. DVT (Deep Venous Thrombosis) prophylaxis starts postoperatively. Early mobilization, early oral intake and urinary catheter removal on the day of surgery with multimodal analgesia is mandatory.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT04058444

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