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Metabolic syndrome for the prognosis of postoperative complications after open pancreatic surgery in Chinese adult: a retrospective study

Citation

Xu, Tao et al. (2022), Metabolic syndrome for the prognosis of postoperative complications after open pancreatic surgery in Chinese adult: a retrospective study, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bcc2fqzdz

Abstract

There is increasing evidence that metabolic syndrome (MS) increases the risk of postoperative outcomes. This study investigated the relationship between MS and postoperative complications after open pancreatic surgery in Chinese adults. Retrieve relevant data from the database. All patients undergoing pancreatectomy and related data were collected and analyzed. The association between MS and composite compositions during hospitalization was investigated using multiple generalized estimation equations. No association was found between MS and postoperative complications. However, MS is associated with postoperative acute kidney injury. Type of surgery, sex and duration of surgery were independent risk factors for postoperative complications. MS was not an independent risk factor associated with postoperative complications after open pancreatic surgery. However, MS is an independent risk factor for AKI after pancreatic surgery in Chinese population.

Methods

A clinical electronic medical record system was used to retrieve medical records of all patients undergoing elective pancreatectomy. The selected patients were identified with the key words "pancreas" and "anesthesia". This study met the ethical standards stipulated by the National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China (Act 11, 2016) and was approved by the ETHICS Committee.

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