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Research Article

The Impact of Frailty on Morbidity and Mortality following Open Emergent Colectomies

Table 4

Descriptive statistics.

Age
401601 (8.1%)
 41–605617 (28.6%)
 61–808772 (44.6%)
813659 (18.6%)
Gender
 Male 9074 (46.2%)
 Female 10529 (53.6%)
Race
 White14216 (72.3%)
 Black2033 (10.3%)
 Hispanic968 (4.9%)
 Other/unknown1903 (9.7%)
Prior operation in past 30 days1881 (9.6%)
Wound infection1409 (7.2%)
Dyspnea3854 (19.6%)
Smoking4328 (22%)
Ventilator 48 hours prior to surgery2118 (10.8%)
Renal failure1032 (5.3%)
Disseminated cancer1095 (5.6%)
ASA
 1502 (2.6%)
 23999 (20.4%)
 37881 (40.1%)
 46357 (32.4%)
 05261 (26.8%)
 15124 (26.1%)
 24022 (20.5%)
 32697 (13.7%)
42545 (13.0%)

Society of Anesthesiologists Class. frailty index score.

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