【Abstract】：In recent years, the concept and clinical path of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) have been widely accepted and applied in clinical practice in China, and it is gradually used in the field of pancreatic surgery. Objective factors such as complexity of disease, difficulties in pancreatic surgeries, and a high incidence rate of postoperative complications have led to the great difference in the clinical application of ERAS concept across pancreas centers, and the application and implementation of related clinical paths in this field is still late than that in other disciplines. At present, there is still a lack of high-level evidence for the application effect of the ERAS concept in pancreatic surgery, and high-quality clinical trials are needed to confirm its safety and efficacy. This article reviews the feasibility of the implementation of ERAS in pancreatic surgery and other hot topics, so as to provide a reference for the research in this field.
【Key words】：pancreatic diseases; surgery； enhance recovery after surgery; pancreaticoduodenectomy