Non-operative Risk Factors and the Implications of Sandostatin for Postoperative Pancreatic Fistula in Malignant Pancreatic Surgery

Delia Rusu Andriesi, Ana Maria Trofin, Irene Alexandra Cianga Spiridon, Corina Lupascu Ursulescu, Cristian Lupascu
2018 Revista de chimie (Bucuresti)  
Pancreatic fistula is the most frecquent and severe postoperative complication after pancreatic surgery, with impressive implications for the quality of life and vital prognosis of the patient and for these reasons it is essential to identify risk factors. In the current study, who included 109 patient admitted to a single university center and who underwent pancreatic resection for malignant pathology, we assessed the following factors as risk factors: age, sex, preoperative hemoglobin value,
more » ... hemoglobin value, preoperative total protein value, obesity and postoperative administration of sandostatin. Of the analyzed factors, it appears that only obesity and long-term administration of sandostatin influences the occurrence of pancreatic fistula.
doi:10.37358/rc.17.12.5997 fatcat:qghgqlpul5bbbc6mnirmve7xqi