A systematic review of patient reported outcomes and patient experience in enhanced recovery after orthopaedic surgery

This source preferred by Tom Wainwright and Rob Middleton

Authors: Jones, E.L., Wainwright, T.W., Foster, J.D., Smith, J.R.A., Middleton, R.G. and Francis, N.K.

Journal: Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England

Volume: 96

Issue: 2

Pages: 89-94

DOI: 10.1308/003588414X13824511649571

Introduction

Orthopaedic enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) providers are encouraged to estimate the actual benefit of ERAS according to the patient’s opinion by using patient generated data alongside traditional measures such as length of stay. The aim of this paper was to systemically review the literature on the use of patient generated information in orthopaedic ERAS across the whole perioperative pathway.

Methods

Publications were identified using Embase, MEDLINE®, AMED, CINAHL® (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature), the Cochrane Library and the British Nursing Index. Search terms related to experiences, acceptance, satisfaction or perception of ERAS and quality of life (QoL).

Findings

Of the 596 abstracts found, 8 papers were identified that met the inclusion criteria. A total of 2,208 patients undergoing elective hip and knee arthroplasty were included. Patient satisfaction was reported in 6 papers. Scores were high in all patients and not adversely affected by length of stay. QoL was reported in 2 papers and showed that QoL scores continued to increase up to 12 months following ERAS. Qualitative methods were used in one study, which highlighted problems with support following discharge. There is a paucity of data reporting on patient experience in orthopaedic ERAS. However, ERAS does not compromise patient satisfaction or QoL after elective hip or knee surgery. The measurement of patient experience should be standardised with further research.

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Authors: Jones, E.L., Wainwright, T.W., Foster, J.D., Smith, J.R.A., Middleton, R.G. and Francis, N.K.

Journal: Ann R Coll Surg Engl

Volume: 96

Issue: 2

Pages: 89-94

eISSN: 1478-7083

DOI: 10.1308/003588414X13824511649571

INTRODUCTION: Orthopaedic enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) providers are encouraged to estimate the actual benefit of ERAS according to the patient's opinion by using patient generated data alongside traditional measures such as length of stay. The aim of this paper was to systemically review the literature on the use of patient generated information in orthopaedic ERAS across the whole perioperative pathway. METHODS: Publications were identified using Embase(™), MEDLINE(®), AMED, CINAHL(®) (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature), the Cochrane Library and the British Nursing Index. Search terms related to experiences, acceptance, satisfaction or perception of ERAS and quality of life (QoL). FINDINGS: Of the 596 abstracts found, 8 papers were identified that met the inclusion criteria. A total of 2,208 patients undergoing elective hip and knee arthroplasty were included. Patient satisfaction was reported in 6 papers. Scores were high in all patients and not adversely affected by length of stay. QoL was reported in 2 papers and showed that QoL scores continued to increase up to 12 months following ERAS. Qualitative methods were used in one study, which highlighted problems with support following discharge. There is a paucity of data reporting on patient experience in orthopaedic ERAS. However, ERAS does not compromise patient satisfaction or QoL after elective hip or knee surgery. The measurement of patient experience should be standardised with further research.

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Authors: Jones, E.L., Wainwright, T.W., Foster, J.D., Smith, J.R.A., Middleton, R.G. and Francis, N.K.

Journal: Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England

Volume: 96

Issue: 2

Pages: 89-94

ISSN: 0035-8843

DOI: 10.1308/003588414X13824511649571

Introduction: Orthopaedic enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) providers are encouraged to estimate the actual benefi t of ERAS according to the patient's opinion by using patient generated data alongside traditional measures such as length of stay. The aim of this paper was to systemically review the literature on the use of patient generated information in orthopaedic ERAS across the whole perioperative pathway. Methods: Publications were identifi ed using Embase™, MEDLINE ® , AMED, CINAHL ® (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature), the Cochrane Library and the British Nursing Index. Search terms related to experiences, acceptance, satisfaction or perception of ERAS and quality of life (QoL). FINDINGS Of the 596 abstracts found, 8 papers were identifi ed that met the inclusion criteria. A total of 2,208 patients undergoing elective hip and knee arthroplasty were included. Patient satisfaction was reported in 6 papers. Scores were high in all patients and not adversely affected by length of stay. QoL was reported in 2 papers and showed that QoL scores continued to increase up to 12 months following ERAS. Qualitative methods were used in one study, which highlighted problems with support following discharge. There is a paucity of data reporting on patient experience in orthopaedic ERAS. However, ERAS does not compromise patient satisfaction or QoL after elective hip or knee surgery. The measurement of patient experience should be standardised with further research.

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Authors: Jones, E.L., Wainwright, T.W., Foster, J.D., Smith, J.R.A., Middleton, R.G. and Francis, N.K.

Journal: ANNALS OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF ENGLAND

Volume: 96

Issue: 2

Pages: 89-94

eISSN: 1478-7083

ISSN: 0035-8843

DOI: 10.1308/003588414X13824511649571

This data was imported from Europe PubMed Central:

Authors: Jones, E.L., Wainwright, T.W., Foster, J.D., Smith, J.R., Middleton, R.G. and Francis, N.K.

Journal: Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England

Volume: 96

Issue: 2

Pages: 89-94

eISSN: 1478-7083

ISSN: 0035-8843

Orthopaedic enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) providers are encouraged to estimate the actual benefit of ERAS according to the patient's opinion by using patient generated data alongside traditional measures such as length of stay. The aim of this paper was to systemically review the literature on the use of patient generated information in orthopaedic ERAS across the whole perioperative pathway.Publications were identified using Embase(™), MEDLINE(®), AMED, CINAHL(®) (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature), the Cochrane Library and the British Nursing Index. Search terms related to experiences, acceptance, satisfaction or perception of ERAS and quality of life (QoL).Of the 596 abstracts found, 8 papers were identified that met the inclusion criteria. A total of 2,208 patients undergoing elective hip and knee arthroplasty were included. Patient satisfaction was reported in 6 papers. Scores were high in all patients and not adversely affected by length of stay. QoL was reported in 2 papers and showed that QoL scores continued to increase up to 12 months following ERAS. Qualitative methods were used in one study, which highlighted problems with support following discharge. There is a paucity of data reporting on patient experience in orthopaedic ERAS. However, ERAS does not compromise patient satisfaction or QoL after elective hip or knee surgery. The measurement of patient experience should be standardised with further research.

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