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A Propensity Matched Analysis of Maternal Outcomes Following the Initiation of an Enhanced Recovery After Cesarean Section Program

Abstract Number: S3B-6
Abstract Type: Original Research

Mohamed TIouririne Associate Professor1 ; Lauren G Powlovich MD2; Amanda M Kleiman MD3; Christopher Chisholm MD4; Bethany Sarosiek RN, BSN5; Amanda Rosenblath RN6

Background/Introduction:

Enhanced Recovery after Surgery [ERAS] is a multidisciplinary team oriented healthcare approach aimed at providing a comprehensive, evidence based practice with the overarching goal of improving patient outcomes. However, the implementation of ERAS for cesarean delivery has been timid in comparison to other surgical specialties. In this quality improvement project, we evaluated the impact of introducing an ERAS protocol on maternal outcomes.

Methods:

After approval Institutional Review Board, we analyzed 368 consecutive patients undergoing elective cesarean before [April 1st, 2015 to October 30th, 2015] and after [May 1st, 2016 to February 28th, 2017] the development of an enhanced recovery program. The primary outcome of interest was post cesarean opioid consumption. Other measures included: average LOS and readmission to hospital within 30 days.

Results:

A total of 368 patients (control group 197, ERAS group 171) who underwent elective cesarean delivery were screened for eligibility. Of these, 357 were included in the propensity score matching. Unmatched and propensity matched outcome data is summarized in Table 1. In the matched analysis, the application of ERAS resulted in a 38% reduction in post-operative morphine consumption (28.4 ± 24.1 vs 46.1 ± 37.0 mg, p < 0.001), significantly lower ‘highest pain’ scores (7 [5-9] vs 8 [6-9], p = 0.035), and a shorter length of stay (2.5 ± 0.5 vs 2.9 ± 1.2 days, p < 0.001).

Conclusion:

The results of this study suggest that the implementation of an ERAS protocol for cesarean delivery achieved the same quality of improvement seen in other enhanced recovery protocols for other surgeries including a decrease in opioid consumption and length of stay.



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