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Fast-track
 

Fast-track programmes represent a multi-modal rehabilitation strategy for the purpose of a quicker recovery of organ function after surgery. The concept is based on evidence based initiatives within sub-sections of the peroperative period in an organisational structure where a number of conditions, such as demands of increased interdisciplinary cooperation, are fulfilled.

 

The object of fast-track programmes is to give the patients a physiology based and optimised hospital stay with reduced morbidity and postoperative convalescence.

 

Through the resent years our orthopaedic research group has worked at optimising all sub-sections within the fast-track programme for patients undergoing total hip and knee arthroplasty.

Based on two large randomized trials, Aarhus as the first in Denmark has introduced an optimised method of postoperative pain relief consisting of local infiltration analgesia.
 
At this point several large randomised clinical trials with focus on further optimising of postoperative analgesia as well as different mobilisation initiatives is going on.
 
Contact
Contact Karen V. Andersen for further information.
 
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Publikationer
Is high body mass index a potential risk factor for poor outcome after hip arthroplasty? A cohort study of 98 patients 1 year after surgery.
Liljensøe A, Laursen JO, Søballe K, Mechlenburg I.
Are changes in pain associated with changes in quality of life and hip function 2 years after periacetabular osteotomy? A follow-up study of 321 patients.
Boje J, Caspersen CK, Jakobsen SS, Søballe K, Mechlenburg I.
High frequency of labral pathology in symptomatic borderline dysplasia: a prospective magnetic resonance arthrography study of 99 patients.
Møse FB, Mechlenburg I, Hartig-Andreasen C, Gelineck J, Søballe K, Jakobsen SS.
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