In Colombia, Perioperative Medicine Is Revolutionizing Healthcare
Perioperative medicine is a new model of surgical care entering Colombia. This field is a comprehensive proposal for patients which combines and processes information from the moment of diagnosis until patients can start back with their daily routines. It is being implemented in institutions such as the Reina Sofía Clinic, the Colombia Clinic in Bogotá, and the Surgical Unit Ambulatory Health Sura in Medellín.
According to the Colombian Society of Anesthesiology and Resuscitation (SCARE), perioperative medicine model is based on multidisciplinary and multi-professional care which involves medical specialist’s professionals from different fields of health, patient, and his family. ERAS (Enhanced Recovery After Surgery) programs are leading the way in the care of patients undergoing major surgery, demonstrating to reduce hospitalization time by 30%, and complications by 50%, impacting on quality, security and costs.
The accelerated recovery program “ERAS” has been implemented with strong results at the Reina Sofía Clinic in Bogotá, a pioneer in Colombia.
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