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Research Article

Prognostic Significance of Preoperative and Postoperative Complement C3 Depletion in Gastric Cancer: A Three-Year Survival Investigation

Table 3

The short-term outcomes after a definitive operation for gastric cancer.

ParameterThe pooled
()
CD group
()
Control group
()
value

LOS, day20.2 ± 7.5722.7 ± 7.519.2 ± 7.40.032
LOPS, day10.8 ± 6.412.8 ± 5.910.1 ± 6.50.025
Hospital expenses, rmb73,484 ± 31,33785,385 ± 30,68668,786 ± 30,5230.013
Postoperative complications, (%)21 (19.8)10 (33.3)11 (14.5)0.030
 Pyrexia5 (4.7)1 (3.3)4 (5.3)
 SSI12 (11.3)5 (16.7)7 (9.2)
 Bowel obstruction/ileus3 (2.8)1 (3.3)2 (2.6)
 Anastomotic leak4 (3.8)2 (6.7)2 (2.6)
 IAH4 (3.8)3 (10.0)1 (1.3)

LOS, length of stay; LOPS, length of postoperative stay; SSI, surgical site infection; IAH, intra-abdominal hemorrhage.

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