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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Clinical characteristics of patients

Parameter Mean or Number Range or %
Sex Male 1,354 58.3%
Female 968 41.7%
Age (years) <65 1,282 55.2%
≥65 1,040 44.8%
Height (m) 1.62 1.23~1.88
Body Weight (kg) 63.4 30.9~123
BMI* (kg/m2) 24.0 13.2~39.1
Hospitalization Outpatient 1,496 64.4%
ER 826 35.6%
Laboratory findings WBC 8.33 1.68~30.5
Hb§ 13.2 6~19.2
PLT 242 20~886
Albumin 4.1 2~6.6
ASA classification 1 578 24.9%
2 1,528 65.8%
3 210 9%
4 6 0.3%
Disease Hepatobiliary 1,617 69.6%
Pancreatic 705 30.4%
Biliary drainage No 1,498 64.5%
Yes 824 35.5%
Pathology Benign 1,199 51.6%
Malignancy 1,123 48.4%
Operation type Pancreaticoduodenectomy 569 24.5%
Distal pancreatectomy 280 12.1%
Hemihepatectomy 206 8.9%
Extended cholecystectomy 138 5.9%
Bile duct segmental resection 87 3.7%
Others** 145 6.2%
Cholecystectomy 897 38.6%

*BMI = body mass index; ER = emergency room; WBC = white blood cell count; §Hb = hemoglobin level; PLT = platelet count; ASA = American Society of anesthesiologist; **Others operations were segmentectomy, open biopsy, bypass surgery, total pancreatectomy, enucleation, central pancreatectomy, hepato-pancreaticoduodenectomy, liver cyst unroofing, pseudocyst excision.

Surg Metab Nutr 2020;11:46-52 https://doi.org/10.18858/smn.2020.11.2.46
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