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Table 2 Operative and post-operative characteristics of the same set of patients

From: Gastric perforation following cytoreductive surgery and perioperative intraperitoneal chemotherapy: a case series of six

Patient number; age; gender Time from initial CRS to perforation diagnosis (days) Indications of perforated viscus Surgery or conservative Location of stomach perforation How was it fixed? Length of hospital stay (days)
1; 62; M 2 Brown fluid in drain Surgery 5 mm adjacent to liver edge Oversewn with vicryl 24
2; 58; F 9 Ongoing peritonism with brownish discharge from abdominal wound despite unremarkable CT Surgery Above gastroenterostomy Oversewn then with diaphragm patch 55
3; 41; F 7 Peritonism, green billous fluid in drain Conservative then surgery Stomach body Oversewn with vicryl 44
4; 51; F 10 Peritonism, CT abdomen, green billous fluid in drain Surgery 3 mm, greater curvature of stomach Oversewn with menseteric fat 26
5; 44; M 6 Peritonism, CT abdomen Surgery 5 mm, greater curvature of proximal stomach Oversewn with vicryl and plication 34
6; 48; F 3 Green billous fluid in drain Surgery 5 mm, posterior gastric wall 1 cm away from greater curvature Oversewn with vicryl and plication 35