Morbilidad y mortalidad en cirugía por cáncer gástrico.

Translated title of the contribution: Morbidity and mortality in surgery for gastric cancer

G. Martínez Mier, J. F. Alvarez-Tostado Fernández, T. Romero Hernández, Esperanza Martinez Mier, R. Blanco Benavides

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BACKGROUND DATA: Surgery stays as the only effective therapy against gastric cancer. Several factors have been postulated to influence morbidity and mortality risk in gastric cancer surgery. OBJECTIVE: Determine morbidity and mortality of gastric cancer surgery and establish risk factors. METHOD: We reviewed the charts of patients who underwent surgery for gastric adenocarcinoma. Morbidity and mortality is reported. Demographic factors, preoperative physical evaluation, biochemical parameters, surgical technique and tumor biology were analyzed as risk factors for morbidity and mortality. RESULTS: During a seven year period, 120 patients were operated for gastric cancer. Median age was 58.07 years. Subtotal gastrectomy was the most common surgical procedure in 51 patients (42.5%). Morbidity was 26.66% (n = 32). Medical most common complication was renal failure (n = 6, 14.63%) and surgical most common complication was wound infection (n = 7, 17.07%). Mortality was 13.33% (n = 16). Statistically significant risk factors for morbidity were age, ECOG status, Goldman Cardiac Risk Index and a total lymphocyte count. Statistically significant risk factors for mortality were Goldman Cardiac Risk Index, albumin, creatinine, and total lymphocyte count. CONCLUSIONS: Morbidity and mortality after gastric cancer surgery is influenced by preoperative conditions of patients.

Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)78-84
Number of pages7
JournalRevista de gastroenterología de México
Volume64
Issue number2
StatePublished - Apr 1999
Externally publishedYes

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Stomach Neoplasms
Morbidity
Mortality
Lymphocyte Count
Wound Infection
Gastrectomy
Renal Insufficiency
Albumins
Creatinine
Stomach
Adenocarcinoma
Demography
Neoplasms

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  • Gastroenterology

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Martínez Mier, G., Alvarez-Tostado Fernández, J. F., Romero Hernández, T., Martinez Mier, E., & Blanco Benavides, R. (1999). Morbilidad y mortalidad en cirugía por cáncer gástrico. Revista de gastroenterología de México, 64(2), 78-84.

Morbilidad y mortalidad en cirugía por cáncer gástrico. / Martínez Mier, G.; Alvarez-Tostado Fernández, J. F.; Romero Hernández, T.; Martinez Mier, Esperanza; Blanco Benavides, R.

In: Revista de gastroenterología de México, Vol. 64, No. 2, 04.1999, p. 78-84.

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Martínez Mier, G, Alvarez-Tostado Fernández, JF, Romero Hernández, T, Martinez Mier, E & Blanco Benavides, R 1999, 'Morbilidad y mortalidad en cirugía por cáncer gástrico.', Revista de gastroenterología de México, vol. 64, no. 2, pp. 78-84.
Martínez Mier G, Alvarez-Tostado Fernández JF, Romero Hernández T, Martinez Mier E, Blanco Benavides R. Morbilidad y mortalidad en cirugía por cáncer gástrico. Revista de gastroenterología de México. 1999 Apr;64(2):78-84.
Martínez Mier, G. ; Alvarez-Tostado Fernández, J. F. ; Romero Hernández, T. ; Martinez Mier, Esperanza ; Blanco Benavides, R. / Morbilidad y mortalidad en cirugía por cáncer gástrico. In: Revista de gastroenterología de México. 1999 ; Vol. 64, No. 2. pp. 78-84.
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