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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Clinical characteristics of colonic perforation patients

 Characteristics Value (range, %)
Mean age (range, yr) 72.6 (19~94)
Sex (male: female) 26 (38.8):41 (61.2)
BMI kg/m2
 <20.5 52 (77.6)
 ≥20.5 15 (22.4)
Comorbid disease
 0 13 (19.4)
 1 24 (35.8)
 ≥2 30 (44.8)
ASA classification
 I, II 31 (46.3)
 III, IV 36 (53.7)
WBC count
 4,000~10,000 15 (22.4)
 <4,000 21 (31.3)
 >10,000 31 (42.3)
Systemic hypotension
 Y 16 (23.9)
 N 51 (76.1)
Locations
 Ascending colon 10 (14.9)
 Transverse colon 3 (4.5)
 Descending colon 42 (62.7)
 Rectum 11 (16.4)
 Other (multiple) 1 (1.5)
Causes of disease
 Cancer 13 (19.5)
 Diverticulitis 23 (34.3)
 Ischemia 10 (14.9)
 Stercoral 9 (13.4)
 Iatrogenic injury 3 (4.5)
 Other 9 (13.4)
Types of surgery
 Resection and anastomosis 8 (11.9)
 Primary suture 9 (13.4)
 Hartmann’s operation 45 (67.2)
 Ileostomy 5 (7.5)
Clavien-Dindo classification
 I 17 (25.4)
 II 19 (28.4)
 III 9 (13.4)
 IV 8 (11.9)
 V 14 (20.9)
Reoperation 12 (17.9)
Mortality 14 (20.9)
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