Identische onkologische Ergebnisse bei niedrigerer perioperativer Morbidität nach laparoskopischer Leberresektion

Identische onkologische Ergebnisse bei niedrigerer perioperativer Morbidität nach... Background. Laparoscopic liver resection based primarily on the extent of the resection tumor-free survival of patients with colorectal belongs to the standard repertoire in and secondarily on diagnosis, age and gender liver metastases was comparable (p= 0.984; p= 0.947). The same applied for patients hepatobiliary surgery. The advantages of the patients. The demographic data, comorbidities, perioperative and long-term with hepatocellular carcinomas (p= 0.803; and disadvantages are still the subject of outcomes were compared. p= 0.935). controversial discussion. Results. Both groups had comparable Conclusion. Laparoscopic liver resections Objective. Theaim of thestudy was to demographic parameters and comorbidities. have identical long-term outcomes with compare the perioperative and long-term Operation time, duration of intensive care stay lower overall morbidity. Laparoscopic liver outcomes of laparoscopic and open liver and percentage of negative resection margins resections offer advantages regarding resections. were comparable in both groups. The 30-day transfusion rates, length of hospital stay and Material and methods. All patients who mortality was 0% and 90-day mortality 1.5% in postoperative complications. underwent liver resection in the Department both groups. The laparoscopic group showed of Surgery at the certified liver center of lower intraoperative and postoperative Keywords the municipal hospital Karlsruhe were analy- transfusion rates (p< http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Der Chirurg Springer Journals

Identische onkologische Ergebnisse bei niedrigerer perioperativer Morbidität nach laparoskopischer Leberresektion

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2018 by Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Surgery; Cardiac Surgery; Pediatric Surgery; Plastic Surgery; Traumatic Surgery; Vascular Surgery
ISSN
0009-4722
eISSN
1433-0385
D.O.I.
10.1007/s00104-018-0646-x
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Abstract

Background. Laparoscopic liver resection based primarily on the extent of the resection tumor-free survival of patients with colorectal belongs to the standard repertoire in and secondarily on diagnosis, age and gender liver metastases was comparable (p= 0.984; p= 0.947). The same applied for patients hepatobiliary surgery. The advantages of the patients. The demographic data, comorbidities, perioperative and long-term with hepatocellular carcinomas (p= 0.803; and disadvantages are still the subject of outcomes were compared. p= 0.935). controversial discussion. Results. Both groups had comparable Conclusion. Laparoscopic liver resections Objective. Theaim of thestudy was to demographic parameters and comorbidities. have identical long-term outcomes with compare the perioperative and long-term Operation time, duration of intensive care stay lower overall morbidity. Laparoscopic liver outcomes of laparoscopic and open liver and percentage of negative resection margins resections offer advantages regarding resections. were comparable in both groups. The 30-day transfusion rates, length of hospital stay and Material and methods. All patients who mortality was 0% and 90-day mortality 1.5% in postoperative complications. underwent liver resection in the Department both groups. The laparoscopic group showed of Surgery at the certified liver center of lower intraoperative and postoperative Keywords the municipal hospital Karlsruhe were analy- transfusion rates (p<

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Published: Jun 1, 2018

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