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Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) programs promote an evidence-based, multidisciplinary approach to patient care aimed at facilitating faster recovery from surgery, decreasing hospital length of stay, and minimizing post-operative complications. From scheduling through discharge, all phases of perioperative care are incorporated into ERAS programs.

ERAS Pathway:

Associated tools with this ERAS:

Inclusion and exclusion criteria:

  • Inclusion:
    • Reproductive-aged natal females referred to gynecology clinic and decision is made to pursue diagnostic laparoscopy for evaluation of endometriosis
  • Exclusion:
    • Patient already seen by Complex Pain Clinic

Committee members involved in the development:

  • Ashli Lawson, MD, MS | Gynecology | Committee Chair
  • Adam Booser, MD | Anesthesiology, Pain Clinic | Committee Member
  • Soroush Merchant, MD | Anesthesiology, Pain Clinic | Committee Member
  • Emily Weisberg, MD, FASA | Anesthesiology | Committee Member
  • Armand Morel, MD | Anesthesiology | Committee Member
  • Rae Kingsley, DNP, APRN, CPNP-AC/PC | Rheumatology, Pain Clinic, Rehabilitation for Amplified Pain Syndromes | Committee Member
  • Azita Roberson, FNP-C | Anesthesiology | Committee Member
  • Heather Sambol, RN, APRN | Anesthesiology | Committee Member

EBP Committee Members:

  • Todd Glenski, MD, MSHA, FASA | Anesthesiology, Evidence Based Practice
  • Andrea Melanson, OTD, OTR/L | Evidence Based Practice

Publication dates:

  • Finalized date: 07/2023
  • Next expected revision date: 2025

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These pathways do not establish a standard of care to be followed in every case. It is recognized that each case is different, and those individuals involved in providing health care are expected to use their judgment in determining what is in the best interests of the patient based on the circumstances existing at the time. It is impossible to anticipate all possible situations that may exist and to prepare a pathway for each. Accordingly, these pathways should guide care with the understanding that departures from them may be required at times.