Problems and Reflections of Academic Team Building in the Clinical Practice of Accelerated Rehabilitation Surgery


  • Daxing Sun
  • Fei Wu Hangzhou Third People's Hospital



Accelerated rehabilitation surgery, disciplinary team building, invisible burden, graded diagnosis and treatment


Enhanced recovery after surgery, the advancement of ERAS concept and minimally invasive surgical techniques have greatly accelerated the recovery of patients after surgery. However, due to the relatively lagging development of the inherent clinical cooperation team model and operational procedures at this stage, the advantages of ERAS have not been fully utilized, and the widespread promotion and popularization of ERAS have been limited. Reviewing the global clinical practice and research progress of ERAS, the problems in ERAS team building are analyzed from the following aspects. First, ERAS team building requires simultaneous development of concept and technology; second, ERAS team building model suitable for national conditions; third, the "invisible burden" of ERAS team clinical work; fourth, how to integrate ERAS team building with hierarchical diagnosis and treatment; fifth, the challenges and opportunities of ERAS team building. Fifth, the challenges and opportunities of ERAS team building. In conclusion, ERAS team building should be aimed at promoting ERAS technology and benefiting patients.


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How to Cite

Sun, D., & Wu, F. (2022). Problems and Reflections of Academic Team Building in the Clinical Practice of Accelerated Rehabilitation Surgery. Advanced Medical Research, 1(1), 29–34.