Ratio of intra-operative fluid to anesthesia time and its impact on short term perioperative outcomes following gastrectomy for cancer: A retrospective cohort study.
BACKGROUND: This study evaluates the short-term impact of fluid administration during gastrectomy for cancer.
METHODS: A multi-institutional database of patients undergoing gastrectomy for cancer from three tertiary centers was reviewed. Logistic and linear regression analyses were performed.
RESULTS: 205 patients were included. The majority of patients (n = 116, 57%) underwent proximal or total gastrectomy. Median anesthesia time was 280 min (range 95-691 min). Median intraoperative crystalloid administration was 2901 ml (range 500-10,700 ml). Median colloid administration was 0 (range 0-3835 ml), although only 66 patients (32%) received colloid. On multivariate analysis, patients who received
CONCLUSIONS: Restricting intra-operative fluid resuscitation tocancer.
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Enomoto, L. M., Blackham, A., Woo, Y., Yamamoto, M., Pimiento, J., Gusani, N. J., & Wong, J. (2016). Ratio of intra-operative fluid to anesthesia time and its impact on short term perioperative outcomes following gastrectomy for cancer: A retrospective cohort study. International journal of surgery (London, England), 33 Pt A, 13–17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijsu.2016.07.006
Medicine and Health Sciences
Department of Surgery