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Table 1 Patients characteristics

From: Mortality calculator as a possible prognostic predictor of overall survival after gastrectomy in elderly patients with gastric cancer

  n = 73
Age (years) 82 [80–95]
Sex (male/female) 45/28
ECOG-PS (0/1/2/3) 16/39/17/1
Glasgow prognostic score (0/1/2) 51/16/6
Prognostic nutritional index 44.2 [31.0–59.0]
NRC-mortality (%) 1.7 [0.5–10.6]
pT (1a/1b/2/3/4a/4b) 13/29/9/8/12/2
pN (0/1/2/3a) 40/17/12/4
pStage (IA/IB/IIA/IIB/IIIA/IIIB) 32/15/5/3/12/6
Surgical procedure (total gastrectomy/distal gastrectomy) 28/45
Surgical approach (open/laparoscopic) 62/11
Lymphadenectomy (<D2/D2) 49/24
Operative time (min) 241 [88–800]
Blood loss (ml) 351 [28–3257]
Post-operative complicationsa (yes/no) 22/51
Adjuvant chemotherapyb (yes/no) 8/15
  1. ECOG-PS Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Performance Status, NRC-mortality The operative mortality calculated by the National Clinical Database Risk Calculator
  2. a Clavien-Dindo grade 2 or more
  3. b Patients with pStage II or III except for T1