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Research Article

Laparoscopic Versus Open Hartmann Reversal: A Case-Control Study

Table 1

Patient’s characteristics.

LHR (n = 17)OHR (n = 17) value

Gender, M/F (%M)8/9 (47)7/10 (41)
Age, mean ± SD68.5 ± 12.270 ± 9.4
BMI, mean ± SD27.2 ± 7.324.5 ± 5.3

Cause of HR, n (%)
Acute diverticulitis (Hinchey II)1 (6)1 (6)
Acute diverticulitis (Hinchey III)4 (24)3 (18)
Acute diverticulitis (Hinchey IV)5 (29)8 (47)
Sigmoid colon obstruction5 (29)4 (24)
Sigmoid ischaemia or anastomotic leak2 (12)1 (6)
Malignant disease, y (y%)9 (53)8 (47)
Median time to reversal, days (range)158 (88–335)209 (87–379)

Comorbidities
Diabetes mellitus4 (24)6 (35)
Hypertension8 (47)8 (47)
Cardiovascular diseases3 (18)5 (30)

SD: standard deviation; BMI: body mass index (kg/m2); HR: Hartmann resection; chi-squared test; Mann–Whitney U test.