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Research Article

Short-Term Efficacy of Laparoscopic Treatment for Colorectal Cancer in Patients with Schistosomiasis Japonica

Table 4

Perioperative outcomes.

LAC ()OC ()

Time to first flatus (d)
 Mean ± SD2 ± 14 ± 2<0.001
 Range(1–4)(3–6)
Time to liquid diet (day)
 Mean ± SD5 ± 16 ± 2<0.001
 Range(2–8)(3–24)
Postoperative hospital stay (d)
 Mean ± SD14 ± 416 ± 7<0.001
 Range(8–27)(10–66)
Postoperative complications1164<0.001
 Anastomotic leakage2100.270
 Anastomotic bleeding350.690
 Abdominal bleeding020.341
 Wound infection3220.031
 Abdominal infection030.242
 Pneumonia290.346
 Urethral infection030.242
 Ileus140.589
 Urinary disturbance040.176
 Chyle fistula020.341
Schistosomiasis-related complications
 Upper gastrointestinal bleeding030.242
 Massive ascites370.941
 Severe hypoproteinemia1160.021

SD: standard deviation, LAC: laparoscopic, and OC: open.

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