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Outcome of Colorectal Surgery in Elderly Populations

대한대장항문학회지 2016년 32권 4호 p.139 ~ 143
 ( Mostafa Shalaby ) - University of Rome Tor Vergata Department of General Surgery

 ( Nicola Di Lorenzo ) - University of Rome Tor Vergata Department of General Surgery
 ( Luana Franceschilli ) - University of Rome Tor Vergata Department of General Surgery
 ( Federico Perrone ) - University of Rome Tor Vergata Department of General Surgery
 ( Giulio P. Angelucci ) - University of Rome Tor Vergata Department of General Surgery
 ( Silvia Quareisma ) - University of Rome Tor Vergata Department of General Surgery
 ( Achille L. Gaspari ) - University of Rome Tor Vergata Department of General Surgery
 ( Pierpaolo Sileri ) - University of Rome Tor Vergata Department of General Surgery

Abstract


Purpose: The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of age on short-term outcomes after colorectal surgery in terms of the 30-day postoperative morbidity and mortality rates.

Methods: The subjects for the study were patients who had undergone colorectal surgery. Patients were divided into 2 groups according to age; groups A and B patients were ≥80 and <80 years old of age, respectively. Both groups were manually matched for body mass index, American Society of Anesthesiologists score, Charlson Comorbidity Index and procedure performed.

Results: A total of 200 patients, 91 men (45.5%) and 109 women (54.5%), were included in this retrospective study. These patients were equally divided into 2 groups. The mean ages were 85 years in group A (range, 80 to 104 years) and 55.3 years in group B (range, 13 to 79 years). The overall 30-day postoperative mortality rate was 1% of total 200 patients; both of these 2 patients were in group A. However, this observation had no statistical significance. No intraoperative complications were encountered in either group. The overall 30-day postoperative morbidity rate was 27% (54 of 200) for both groups. The 30-day postoperative morbidity rates in groups A and B were 28% (28 of 100) and 26% (26 of 100), respectively. However, these differences between the groups had no statistical significance importance.

Conclusion: Age alone should not be considered to be more of a contraindication or a worse predictor than other factors for the outcome after colorectal surgery on elderly patients.

키워드

Aged; Colorectal surgery; Colorectal neoplasms; Charlson Comorbidity Index
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