Table 1

Basic characteristics and quality assessment of included literatures

StudiesYear of publicationCountryERASNon-ERASStudy quality
N, male/female, age (years) mean (SD)N, male/female, age (years) mean(SD)
Auyong DB5 2015United States126, 41\85, 68.44 (9.98)126, 44\82, 66.02 (10.02)B
Christelis N6 2015Australia297, 113\184, 67 (10)412, 164\248 , 68 (11)B
denHertog A7 2012Germany74, 23\51, 66.58 (8.21)73, 20\53, 68.25 (7.91)B
MaempelJF8 2015England84, 42\42, 69.8 (8.9)81, 40\44, 70.1 (10.5)B
Malviya A9 2011England1500, 711\789, 683000, 1482\1518, 69B
McDonald DA10 2012England1081, 439\642, 69 (11)735, 307\428, 70 (13)B
Scott NB11 2013England405, __, 68 (11)873, __, 68 (10)B
Stambough JB[12 2015United States488, 247\241, 55 (19)281, 126\155, 59 (16)B
Stowers MD13 2016New Zealand100, 47\53, 66.7 (9.2)100, 41\59, 65.4 (12.5)B
Talboys R14 2016France50, 12\38, 83 (7.8)50, 15\35, 85 (8)B
  • ERAS, enhanced recovery after surgery.