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Peri-operative outcomes for pancreatoduodenectomy in India: a multi-centric study

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By: Shukla PJ.
Contributor(s): Vimalraj V | Verma V | Varshney S | Surendran R | Singh RK | Singh A | Shrikhande SV | Sharma S | Sewkani A | Saxena R | Satry RA | Ramesh H | Maudar KK | Kumar A | Kapoor VK | Kannan DG | Jesvanth S | Jacob M | Gandhi MD | Chaudhary A | Bheerappa N | Bedi MMS | Barreto SG | pjshukla@doctors.org.uk.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Vol 11 Issues 8.Publisher: 2009Description: 638-644.Subject(s): India | Outcomes | Pancreatoduodenectomy | DDC classification: In: HPBSummary: Background: There have been an increasing number of reports world-wide relating improved outcomes after pancreatic resections to high volumes thereby supporting the idea of centralization of pancreatic resectional surgery. To date there has been no collective attempt from India at addressing this issue. This cohort study analysed peri-operative outcomes after pancreatoduodenectomy (PD) at seven major Indian centres. Materials and Methods: Between January 2005 and December 2007, retrospective data on PDs, including intra-operative and post-operative factors, were obtained from seven major centres for pancreatic surgery in India. Results: Between January 2005 and December 2007, a total of 718 PDs were performed in India at the seven centres. The median number of PDs performed per year was 34 (range 954). The median number of PDs per surgeon per year was 16 (range 738). Ninety-four per cent of surgeries were performed for suspected malignancy in the pancreatic head and periampullary region. The median
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Background: There have been an increasing number of reports world-wide relating improved outcomes after pancreatic resections to high volumes thereby supporting the idea of centralization of pancreatic resectional surgery. To date there has been no collective attempt from India at addressing this issue. This cohort study analysed peri-operative outcomes after pancreatoduodenectomy (PD) at seven major Indian centres.

Materials and Methods: Between January 2005 and December 2007, retrospective data on PDs, including intra-operative and post-operative factors, were obtained from seven major centres for pancreatic surgery in India.

Results: Between January 2005 and December 2007, a total of 718 PDs were performed in India at the seven centres. The median number of PDs performed per year was 34 (range 954). The median number of PDs per surgeon per year was 16 (range 738). Ninety-four per cent of surgeries were performed for suspected malignancy in the pancreatic head and periampullary region. The median

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