La réhabilitation améliorée ou le "fast-track" après chirurgie colorectale: 10 ans plus tard

Translated title of the contribution: Enhanced recovery or "fast-track" following colorectal surgery: 10 years later⋯

A. Hartman, D. Leonard, R. Bachmann, N.A. Orabi, Ch Remue, A. Kartheuser, F. Lois, P. Forget, P. Lanvand'Homme, A. Steyaerts, A. Kartheuser, Ch Remue, D. Leonard, R. Bachmann, B. Crispin, B. Bertrand, E. Lecourt, F. Everard, Ch Meneghini, S. De CuyperS. Vermeylen, F. Maddalena, S.G. Cortez, W. Ngalula, M. Dujardin, V. Van Nieuwenborgh, I. Duyck, K. Lucas, S. Van Der Does

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Enhanced rehabilitation after surgery, or Fast-Track, is a concept introduced by Henrik Kehlet in Denmark during the nineties. It is a program that aims to reduce the impact of surgical stress by optimizing care in pre-, per, and postoperative periods. Our objective is to review, in the light of recent literature, the various measures of the improved rehabilitation program that we have been using for 10 years in our colorectal surgery unit.

Translated title of the contributionEnhanced recovery or "fast-track" following colorectal surgery: 10 years later⋯
Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)305-313
Number of pages9
JournalLouvain Medical
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2016


  • ERAS (Enhanced Recovery Afer Surgery)
  • fast track
  • colorectal surgery


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