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Clinical Study

Does Number of Ports Affect Outcomes in Patients Undergoing Laparoscopic Pyloromyotomy? Retrospective Chart-Review Study

Table 1


Patient 1Patient 2Patient 3Patient 4Patient 5Patient 6Patient 7

Duration of symptoms (d)215377104
Family history−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve+ve
Preoperative weight (kg)34.54.64435.4
Pylorus length (mm)17 × 1024 × 325 × 525 × 715 × 4NA18 × 19
Serum electrolytes (mmol/L) Before operation
 Chloride13210487848587104
 Sodium141137136136137137
 Bicarb.283029323822
Number of working ports3232333
Conversion to open−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve
Postoperative complications−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve
Postoperative vomiting−ve+ve−ve+ve−ve+ve−ve
Revision pyloromyotomy−ve+ve−ve+ve−ve−ve−ve
Duration of surgery (min)353550304030
Duration of anesthesia (min)65558580505065
Time to full feeding (h)969648168224621
Postoperative length of hospital stay (d)44.52.59131
Wound infection−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve
Wound dehiscence−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve−ve

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