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Author(s):  
Gustavo F C Fagundes ◽  
Madson Q Almeida

Abstract Pheochromocytomas and paragangliomas (PPGLs) are rare neuroendocrine tumors arising from chromaffin cells of the adrenal medulla or extra-adrenal paraganglia, respectively. PPGLs have the highest degree of heritability among endocrine tumors. Currently, ~40% of PPGL individuals have a genetic germline and there exist at least 12 different genetic syndromes related to these tumors. Metastatic PPGLs are defined by the presence of distant metastases at sites where chromaffin cells are physiologically absent. Approximately 10% of pheochromocytomas and ~40% of sympathetic paragangliomas are linked to metastases explaining why complete surgical resection is the first-choice treatment for all PPGL patients. The surgical approach is a high-risk procedure requiring perioperative management by a specialized multidisciplinary team in centers with broad expertise. In this review, we summarize and discuss the most relevant aspects of perioperative management in patients with pheochromocytomas and sympathetic paragangliomas.


2022 ◽  
Vol 11 ◽  
Author(s):  
Changgang Wang ◽  
Haoran Feng ◽  
Xiaoning Zhu ◽  
Zijia Song ◽  
You Li ◽  
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BackgroundRecently, enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) has been widely used in the perioperative management of colorectal cancer (CRC). This study aimed to evaluate the safety and feasibility of ERAS combined with single-incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) in CRC surgery.MethodsThis was a retrospective study of patients with CRC who underwent surgery between April 2018 and April 2020 in Ruijin Hospital(North), Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine. The patients were divided into three groups: group A (n=138), patients who underwent traditional multiport laparoscopic colectomy with conventional perioperative management; group B (n=63), patients who underwent SILS; and group C (n=51), patients who underwent SILS with ERAS.ResultsOverall, 252 participants were included in the retrospective study. The median operation time (min) in group B and group C was shorter than that in group A (group A 134.0 ± 42.5; group B 117 ± 38.9; group C 111.7 ± 35.4, p=0.004). The estimated surgical blood loss (ml) was lower in groups B and C than in group A (group A 165.1 ± 142.2; group B 122.0 ± 79.4; group C 105.2 ± 55.8, p=0.011). The length of surgical incision (cm) was shorter in groups B and C than in group A (group A 7.34 ± 1.05; group B 5.60 ± 0.80; group C 5.28 ± 0.52, p<0.001). The time before first flatus (hours) in group C was shorter than in groups A and B (group A 61.85 ± 21.14; group B 58.30 ± 20.08; group C 42.06 ± 23.72; p<0.001). The days prior to the administration of free oral fluids in group C was shorter than in groups A and B (group A 4.79 ± 1.28; group B 4.67 ± 1.11; group C 2.62 ± 0.64; p<0.001). The days of prior solid diet was less in group C than in groups A and B (group A 7.22 ± 3.87; group B 7.08 ± 3.18; group C 5.75 ± 1.70; p=0.027). The postoperative length of stay (LOS) was less in group C compared with that in groups A and B (group A 9.46 ± 4.84 days; group B 9.52 ± 7.45 days; group C 7.20 ± 2.37 days; p=0.023). The visual analog scale (VAS) scores on day 0, 1, and 2 in groups B and C were lower than those in group A (day 0, p<0.001; day 1, p<0.001; day 2, p=0.002), while the VAS score on day 3 showed no differences in the three groups (group A 1.29 ± 1.38; group B 0.98 ± 1.24; group C 0.75 ± 0.64, p=0.018).ConclusionThe findings suggest that SILS combined with ERAS may be a feasible and safe procedure for CRC surgery because it provides favorable cosmetic results, early dietary resumption, shorter hospital stays, and appropriate control of postoperative pain without increases in complications or readmission rates compared to conventional perioperative care with SILS or conventional laparoscopic surgery(CLS) of CRC. Further prospective randomized controlled studies are needed to enhance evidence-based medical evidence.


2022 ◽  
Vol 0 (0) ◽  
pp. 0
Author(s):  
GirijaPrasad Rath ◽  
BhagyaRanjan Jena ◽  
RajeebKumar Mishra ◽  
SuryaKumar Dube ◽  
Vishwas Malik ◽  
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2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
pp. 18
Author(s):  
Edoardo Picetti ◽  
Israel Rosenstein ◽  
Zsolt J. Balogh ◽  
Fausto Catena ◽  
Fabio S. Taccone ◽  
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Managing the acute phase after a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) with polytrauma represents a challenging situation for every trauma team member. A worldwide variability in the management of these complex patients has been reported in recent studies. Moreover, limited evidence regarding this topic is available, mainly due to the lack of well-designed studies. Anesthesiologists, as trauma team members, should be familiar with all the issues related to the management of these patients. In this narrative review, we summarize the available evidence in this setting, focusing on perioperative brain protection, cardiorespiratory optimization, and preservation of the coagulative function. An overview on simultaneous multisystem surgery (SMS) is also presented.


Author(s):  
Hung-Wen Tsai ◽  
Su-Wen Huang ◽  
Yin-Lurn Hung ◽  
Yu-Shan Hsu ◽  
Chien-Chung Huang

Background: competition in the healthcare market is becoming increasingly intense. Health technology continues to evolve, so hospitals and clinics need to strengthen hospital management techniques and also adopt a more patient-centered approach in order to provide high-quality healthcare services, including a more simplified process and shorter waiting times for examinations. The Lean and Six Sigma methodologies and smart technology were introduced and implemented into the integrated perioperative management (PERIO) processes for the purpose of decreasing pre-admission management waiting time, as well as increasing the completion rate and quality of pre-admission management for surgical patients in a 1576-bed medical center in central Taiwan. Methods: in order to improve hospital admission procedures for surgical patients by shortening process waiting times, simplifying admission processes, emphasizing a patient-centered approach, and providing the most efficient service process, the present study applied the DMAIC architecture of the Lean Six Sigma. This approach allowed the patients to save time on the hospital admission process. The current workflow used value flow mapping to identify wasted time caused by unnecessary walking and waiting during the hospital admission process. Therefore, we improved the process cycle for each patient by simultaneously selecting and controlling the process for the purpose of saving time. Results: the experimental results show that the percentage of Process Cycle Efficiency (PCE) increased from 35.42% to 42.47%, Value Added was reduced from 34 to 31 min, and Non-Value Added was reduced from 62 to 42 min. The satisfaction score of the 97 pre-implementation patients was 4.29 compared with 4.40 among the 328 post-implementation patients (p < 0.05). The LOS (Length of Stay) of 2660 pre-implementation patients was 2.49~3.31 days and for 304 after-implementation patients it was 1.16~1.57 days. Conclusions: by integrating different units and establishing standard perioperative management (PERIO) procedures, together with the support of the information systems, the time spent by patients on hospital admission procedures was shortened. These changes also improved the comprehensiveness of the preoperative preparations and the surgical safety of patients, thereby facilitating the provisions necessary for high-quality healthcare services. This in turn reduced the average length of hospital stays and increased the turnover of patients, benefiting the overall operations of the hospital.


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