Using Esr Is A Way For Patients To Improve Their Own Overall Experience And Surgical Outcomes,” Said Brad Conwell, Director Of Surgical Services.

Community Update: Regional Hospital uses innovative approach to surgical recovery Community Update: Regional Hospital uses innovative approach to surgical recovery Terre Haute Regional Hospital, an affiliate of HCA Healthcare, has successfully implemented its Enhanced Surgical Recovery (ESR) program, a patient-centered, research-based, multidisciplinary approach to surgical recovery. The ESR program has demonstrated significant improvements in surgical recovery, including a nearly two day average reduction in length of hospital stays and an up to 26 percent decrease in opioid usage for targeted complex surgeries. “Our Enhanced Surgical Recovery program allows patients to take an active role with our clinical care team. Using ESR is a way for patients to improve their own overall experience and surgical outcomes,” said Brad Conwell, director of Surgical Services. ESR uses selected pre-, intra- and post-operative interventions to optimize outcomes and the patient experience. The program was derived from Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS), a recovery program that has been standard practice in Europe for multiple years and consists of up to 21 components. HCA Healthcare’s ESR focuses on the six tactics believed to have the greatest impact on patient outcomes: • Goal-directed fluid therapy: active monitoring of a patient’s fluid balance to achieve an optimal hydration level throughout surgery. • Patient education: equipping patients with a personal recovery checklist so they can play an active role in their care. • Multimodal pain management: an individualized approach using opioids on an as-needed basis and instead using non-opioid pain relievers and other pain management techniques. • Permissive pre-op hydration/carb loading: drinking fluids and a carbohydrate-rich drink before surgery to improve hydration and insulin resistance as well as curb nausea. • DREAM = drink, eating and mobilization within 24 hours post-op: encouraging patients to drink, eat and move shortly after their surgery. • Multidisciplinary team: create a group of team members, including a surgeon champion, an anesthesia champion, nursing, and pharmacy, who work together to guide the program and each patient’s care journey. HCA Healthcare uses data from approximately 32 million annual patient encounters to share best practices and focus on continuously improving care. Based on data collected from 86,820 joint replacement, gynecologic oncology, colorectal and bariatric surgeries in 2020, implementing the ESR protocol has shown to be a proven roadmap to help improve surgical results, including: • A 60% decrease in 30-day readmissions for joint replacements; • A 28% decrease in 90-day readmissions for gynecological surgery; • 1.9 million fewer morphine medications dispensed. — This article was provided to the Tribune-Star by Terre Haute Regional Hospital. [Cars]

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a woman with long dark hair on a green background Molecular storage has already been in the works. Experiments with embedding info into DNA, or long-chain molecules, date back to the early 2000s, and tech titans like Microsoft and IBM have entered the mix, along with specialty companies and the US federal research agency for spies, IARPA. But small molecules may have distinct advantages over DNA. Compared to the double helix, their structures are simpler to synthesize (cheaper to manufacture), more durable (less susceptible to degradation), and less error prone (because reading and writing don’t require sequencing or encoding). What’s more, according to Rubenstein’s rough calculations, a flask of small molecules could hold the same amount as 200 Empire State Buildings’ worth of terabyte hard drives. When they’re stored as dried crystals, the molecules’ lifespans could outlast even modern storage media—perhaps in the thousands of years compared to current hard drives’ and magnetic tapes’ 10 to 20. The main trade-off is speed. Rubenstein’s tech would take about six hours to store this article, for example, and you would need specialized equipment like a mass spectrometer to read it back, making the method better suited to archival preservation than daily computing. Within the last few years, Rubenstein and her colleagues have filed a chemical computing patent, and they are in talks with a venture capital firm to launch a startup focused on harnessing the budding new technology.
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