Surgical Unit volume and 30-day reoperation rate following primary resection for colorectal cancer in the Veneto Region (Italy)
Conclusions While Surgical Unit volume is not a predictor of 30-day reoperation after CRC resection, it is associated with an early return to the operating room for patients operated on for rectal cancer or with a laparoscopic approach. These findings suggest that quality improvement programmes or centralization of surgery may only be required for subgroups of CRC patients.
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CONCLUSIONS: Based on this nationwide database study, and after multivariate and propensity score-matched analyses, there was no increased risk of positive circumferential resection margin after laparoscopic vs open rectal resection. See Video Abstract at http://links.lww.com/DCR/A996. MARGEN DE RESECCIÓN CIRCUNFERENCIAL DESPUÉS DE LA RESECCIÓN RECTAL LAPAROSCÓPICA Y ABIERTA: UN ESTUDIO DE COHORTE DE PUNTUACIÓN DE PROPENSIÓN A NIVEL NACIONAL ANTECEDENTES: Estudios recientes sugieren mejores resultados oncológicos después de la resección rectal abierta ver...
ConclusionsVery low energy diets result in a clinically significant reduction in mesorectal fat with a lesser change in total pelvic fat, suggesting that very low energy diets may be useful for preparation for pelvic surgery in the obese. The distance from S1 to the posterior rectum correlates well with mesorectal reduction, making this a valuable clinical tool when volumetric analysis is not possible. This analysis is limited to the quantification of the effect of the diet and cannot comment on the safety of this approach before pelvic cancer surgery.
ConclusionsThis variation of NOSE surgery was safe and effective in our patient population.
ConclusionsIn summary, 3D laparoscopic rectal surgery appears to have advantages over 2D laparoscopic rectal surgery in terms of positive CRM and operation time; however, it is not better than 2D laparoscopic rectal surgery in terms of the conversion rate and postoperative complications.
ConclusionsAll surgical techniques for rectal cancer dissection have a role and may be considered appropriate. Some techniques have advantages over others in certain clinical situations, and the best outcomes may be achieved by considering all options before applying an individualised approach to each clinical situation.
CONCLUSIONS: The data analysed shows a reduction of pulmonary and renal cardiac adverse events after laparoscopic oncological surgery, it has not come to a conclusion for rectal cancer. There is also an increase in adverse events related to the duration of the operating session, the male sex and the age ≥ 70 years, thus enhancing the hypothesis that elderly patients are actually the population who can ultimately benefit more of minimally invasive surgical techniques. KEY WORDS: Adverse eventColectomy, Colorectal cancer, Laparoscopy, Open surgery. PMID: 31354146 [PubMed - in process]
Publication date: Available online 16 July 2019Source: The SurgeonAuthor(s): Valeria Tonini, Arianna Birindelli, Stefania Bianchini, Maurizio Cervellera, Maria Letizia Bacchi Reggiani, James Wheeler, Salomone Di SaverioAbstractBackgroundThe number of harvested lymph nodes (LNs) in colorectal cancer surgery relates to oncologic radicality and accuracy of staging. In addition, it affects the choice of adjuvant therapy, as well as prognosis. The American Joint Committee on Cancer defines at least 12 LNs harvested as adequate in colorectal cancer resections. Despite the importance of the topic, even in high-volume colorectal c...
ConclusionIn centers with adequate expertise, open and laparoscopic procedures result in equivalent oncologic long-term outcomes. Advantages for the open resected group concerning short-term results and complications were detected, due to remarkably low rates of anastomotic leakage.
AbstractTo compare short-term postoperative outcomes in patients undergoing robotic total mesorectal excision (TME) after the use of robotic and laparoscopic staplers. Over a 5-year period, 196 patients were divided into 2 groups according to the use of laparoscopic (LS) or robotic stapler (RS). Patient demographics and postoperative complications were compared. A total of 145 (74%) robotic TME were performed using the LS and 51 (26%) the RS. No conversions to laparoscopy or laparotomy were observed, in either group. Transection of the rectum using one or two firings was achieved in a higher proportion of RS cases (91%) co...