Risk factors of postoperative infection after laparoscopic radical gastrectomy
GUO Shizhou;HUANG Guiru;CHEN Bing;Department of General Surgery, Liaoyang Central Hospital;
Objective To investigate the risk factors of postoperative infection after laparoscopic radical gastrectomy.Method The study adopted a retrospective analysis including the clinical data of 374 gastric cancer patients who underwent laparoscopic radical gastrectomy. The general information, operative factors, laboratory results and occurrence of infections, as well as the factors associated with the postoperative infection in these patients were analyzed by Logistic regression analysis. Result Of the 374 patients, a total of 52 patients of postoperative infection were observed, among which the respiratory tract infection was noted(36.54%), followed by surgical site infection(23.08%) and urinary tract infection(13.46%). Logistic regression analysis showed that, operative time over 3 h, perioperative blood transfusion, absence of intraoperative maintenance of normothermia, and patients with comorbidity of diabetes were independent risk factors of postoperative infection. Conclusion Operative time over 3 h, perioperative blood transfusion, absence of intraoperative maintenance of normothermia, and comorbidity of diabetes are independent risk factors of postoperative infection in patients with laparoscopic radical gastrectomy.
【CateGory Index】： R735.2