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The Attitude of Health Care Workers on Enhanced Recovery After Surgery for Cesarean Delivery: A Scoping Review

Published:March 27, 2021DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jogc.2021.03.011

      ABSTRACT

      Objective

      Previous systematic reviews have found that the enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocol for cesarean delivery can vary from one study to another, and the attitudes of health care professionals regarding ERAS methods and the implementation of the ERAS for cesarean delivery remain unclear. We aimed to identify the attitudes of health professionals toward ERAS in the context of cesarean delivery.

      Data Sources

      Systematic searches were conducted in 6 databases: PubMed, ScienceDirect, EBSCO, Scopus, the Cochrane Library, and Sage Journals from September 2010 to September 2020.

      Study Selection

      A total of 4 articles were selected for analysis. All articles use survey methods and present health professional attitudes toward ERAS for cesarean delivery.

      Data Extraction and Synthesis

      Data were extracted using Excel spreadsheets. The results obtained are presented descriptively.

      Conclusion

      This review illustrates that there are many ERAS protocols that health care professionals have not yet implemented for cesarean delivery. Policymakers can use this knowledge to inform the promotion of the ERAS protocol for cesarean delivery.

      RÉSUMÉ

      Objectif

      Les revues systématiques précédentes ont montré que les programmes de récupération rapide après une intervention chirurgicale (ERAS) en contexte post-césarienne peuvent varier d'une étude à l'autre et que leur utilisation, y compris leur mise en œuvre, par les professionnels de la santé demeure vague. Notre objectif était de connaître l'utilisation qu'en font les professionnels de la santé en contexte de césarienne.

      Sources de données

      Des recherches systématiques ont été effectuées dans six bases de données, en l'occurrence PubMed, ScienceDirect, EBSCO, Scopus, Cochrane Library et Sage Journals, pour la période de septembre 2010 à septembre 2020.

      Sélection des études

      Au total, quatre articles ont été sélectionnés pour analyse. Tous les articles s'appuient sur des méthodes de sondage et indiquent comment les professionnels de la santé utilisent les programmes ERAS en contexte de césarienne.

      Extraction des données et synthèse

      Les données ont été extraites au moyen de feuilles de calcul Excel. Les résultats obtenus sont présentés de façon descriptive.

      Conclusion

      Cet examen montre qu'il existe de nombreux programmes ERAS que les professionnels de la santé n'ont pas encore mis en œuvre pour la césarienne. Les décideurs peuvent utiliser ces connaissances pour orienter la promotion des programmes ERAS en contexte de césarienne.

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