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Research Article

Weekday of Surgery Affects Postoperative Complications and Long-Term Survival of Chinese Gastric Cancer Patients after Curative Gastrectomy

Table 1

The clinicopathological characters of 463 patients subjected to curative gastrectomy.

CharacteristicsMonday-TuesdayWednesday–Friday value

Gender
 Male2241021220.26
 Female23996143
Age (year)
 ≤652651231420.066
 >6519875123
Smoking history
 No196801160.506
 Yes267118149
BMI
 Low BMI (<18 kg/m2)175731020.936
 Normal BMI (18–25 kg/m2)247107140
 High BMI (>25 kg/m2)411823
Comorbidities
 No3401391910.670
 Yes1234974
ASA (0.000)
 I3401391910.850
 II1014160
 III22814
Differentiation
 Undifferentiated2310130.611
 Differentiated440188252
Tumor size
 ≤5 cm3221361860.76
 >5 cm1416279
Hypoproteinemia
 No2501151350.133
 Yes21383130
Increased CEA
 No2631081550.448
 Yes20090110
T classification
 T113580.345
 T21355778
 T3276114162
 T4392217
N classification
 N0198961020.158
 N119577118
 N2531835
 N317710
TNM stage
 I7334390.561
 II321132189
 III693237
Procedure (whether laparoscopic-assisted)
 No3971672300.502
 Yes663135
Medical team
 Group 116769980.757
 Group 21557085
 Group 31415982
Chemotherapy
 No10649570.412
 Yes357149208
Operation time
 ≤240 min3541641900.006
 >240 min1093475
Intraoperative blood loss
 ≤500 ml3911762150.027
 >500 ml722250
Postoperative complications
 Without3621641980.041
 With1013467
Postoperative complications
 Grade 03621641980.072
 Grade I451926
 Grade II28919
 Grade III17512
 Grade IV11110
Postoperative CRP
 Normal CRP2851211640.923
 Increased CRP17877101