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Titolo:
LENGTH OF HOSPITAL STAY FOLLOWING ELECTIVE ABDOMINAL AORTIC-ANEURYSM REPAIR
Autore:
FOWKES FGR; GREENHALGH RM; POWELL JT; BUCKLEY CV; BLAIR S; CLARK R; DEVINE C; FERGUSON K; HEARN S; KERRACHER E; LOGAN S; MCCABE A; MEERBALOCH R; MOSSA M; RATTRAY A; WILSON K; THOMPSON S; FRANKS PJ; BROWN L; FORBES J; JEPSON R; KEEN N; ROSE C; HASSAINE RM; POOLEWILSON PA; BROWSE N; BULPITT CJ; BURNAND K; GOLES EC; FLETCHER A; HORROCKS M; BUDD J; BAIRD R; LAMONT P; WILKINS DC; ASHLEY S; FLOWERDEW K; BAKER A; EARNSHAW J; HEATHER B; GIBBONS C; BLACKETT RL; PARVIN SD; HARVEY DR; HEDGES R; FINCH D; HOCKEN DB; MORRIS GE; SHEARMAN CP; LEAR P; LEWIS P; CLARKE RJ; RUCKLEY CV; JENKINS AM; COOPER GG; ENGESET J; NAYLOR R; STEWART G; CUMMING J; MCCORMICK J; HOWD A; TURNER A; HARPER DR; SMITH RC; CHAMBERLAIN J; JONES AG; WYATT MG; FORRESTER JC; MCCOLLUM P; STONEBRIDGE P; DAVIDSON AIG; BAKER R; FORSYTHE JLR; LAMBERT D; DUNCAN JL; BELL PRF; RATLIFF D; CALLUM KG; NASH JR; MCPHERSON DS; JENNER RE; STEWART R; ARMITSTEAD PR; BARRIE WW; HAMER DB; POWIS S; COEN LD; MICHAELS J; WELSH CL; HOPKINSON BR; WENHAM PW; BEARD J; AUKLAND A; BLACK J; DOWNING R; DAVIS AH; NOTT D; MAY ARK; MCFARLAND R; TAYLOR P; BRADLEY JWP; PAES T; CAMERON AEP; MCIRVINE A; NEGUS D; TAYLOR PR; BUTLER CM; HOILE RW; PARDY B; ACKROYD J; HAMILTON G; LANE R; GIDDINGS AEB; DORMANDY J; TAYLOR R; THOMAS M; BURNAND KJ; ADISESHIAH M; REILLY D; PATTISON P; CLARKE J; COLIN J; RUTTER P; BREARLEY S; PIETRONI M; MCCOLLUM CN; GREANEY MG; PALEY WG; LAMBERT M; HUGHES R; SHAND JEG; DONALDSON LA; GALLOWAY JMD; WILKINSON AR; GOUGH M; MOSLEY J; MATHESON DM; WALKER M; HULTON N; ALDOORI MI; YEUNG CK; HEARN AR; KELLY J; DURRANS D; GWYNN B; HOPKINSON GB; DUFFIELD RGM; SCHRAIBMAN IG; HALL R; LEVESON SH; CLARK J; KLIMACH O;
Indirizzi:
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Titolo Testata:
European journal of vascular and endovascular surgery
fascicolo: 3, volume: 16, anno: 1998,
pagine: 185 - 191
SICI:
1078-5884(1998)16:3<185:LOHSFE>2.0.ZU;2-Z
Fonte:
ISI
Lingua:
ENG
Soggetto:
SURGERY; POPULATION;
Keywords:
LUNG FUNCTION; FEV1; FVC; QUALITY OF LIFE; BED OCCUPANCY; AORTIC ANEURYSM;
Tipo documento:
Article
Natura:
Periodico
Settore Disciplinare:
Science Citation Index Expanded
Science Citation Index Expanded
Citazioni:
16
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Citazione:
F.G.R. Fowkes et al., "LENGTH OF HOSPITAL STAY FOLLOWING ELECTIVE ABDOMINAL AORTIC-ANEURYSM REPAIR", European journal of vascular and endovascular surgery, 16(3), 1998, pp. 185-191

Abstract

Objectives: To investigate factors associated with a prolonged hospital stay after elective open surgical repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm. Patients and methods: We have investigated prospectively base-linerisk factors associated with an increased length of postoperative hospital stay in 474 of the patients undergoing surgery as part of the U.K. Small Aneurysm Trial. Results: The median length of hospital stay was 11 days (interquartile range 9-14 days). Age (within the range 60-76 years), sex, body mass index, aneurysm diameter, graft type (tube olbifurcated), hospital (university or other), ECG characteristics, angina (from Rose questionnaire) and/or previous myocardial infarction were not associated with length of hospital stay. Quality of life also teas assessed before surgery using the Medical Outcomes Study SF20. Psychosocial aspects including level of social functioning, role functioning, mental health, health perceptions and pain were not associated with length of postoperative stay. The level of preoperative physical functioning was associated inversely with length of hospital stay, p = 0.004. Patients' length of hospital stay also was inversely associated with preoperative lung function: FEV,, p = 0.011 and FVC, p = 0.006. In contrast, smoking habit was of only borderline significance, p = 0.09. Conclusion: Conditional logistic regression analysis identified only preoperative lung function (FEV1 and FVC) and physical functioning, three intrinsically linked factors, as predictors of length of hospital stay after elective repair of an abdominal aortic aneurysm.

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