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Table 2 Univariable binary logistic regression of postoperative mortality in patients with peritoneal carcinomatosis undergoing gastrojejunostomy

From: Influence of peritoneal carcinomatosis on perioperative outcome in palliative gastric bypass for malignant gastric outlet obstruction - a retrospective cohort study

VariablesIn-house mortality
Exp (B)/HRp value
Sex (male = 1)0.571.482
Age1.072.137
BMI1.083.349
ASA scale3.309.090
Primary tumor
 Pancreatic adenocarcinoma1 
 Other primary tumors0.612.521
Synchronous/metachronous PC
 Synchronous PC0.438.299
 Metachronous PC1 
Distant metastasis (no. = 1)0.786.789
Preoperative chemotherapy (no.=1)2.571.348
Sodium0.996.963
Hemoglobin0.824.350
Platelet count1.000.977
Total bilirubin0.989.954
Prothrombin time0.973.267
INR20.409.211
Albumin0.946.348
Creatinine1.047.967
CRP1.009.418
Laparoscopic surgery (no. = 1)n.a.n.a.
Concomitant hepaticojejunostomy (no. = 1)0.292.277
Operative procedure
 Antecolic approach0.000.999
 Retrocolic approach1 
Operation time (min)1.000.975
Intraoperative blood transfusion (no. = 1)0.625.687
Intraoperative fresh frozen plasma (no. = 1)0.000.999
  1. Various parameters are tested for association with in-house mortality
  2. ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists classification, BMI body mass index, HR ratio, INR international normalized ratio