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Table 2 Univariate and multivariate analyses for hospital mortality in GBC patients who underwent surgical resection with curative intent (n = 192)

From: The prognostic importance of jaundice in surgical resection with curative intent for gallbladder cancer

Variables   No. of patients Morbidity Univariate Multivariate
  p-value RR (95% CI) p-value
Gender 0.128   
  Female 126 18 (14.3%)    
  Male 66 16 (24.2%)    
Age 0.505   
  < 60 years 107 17 (15.9%)    
  ≥ 60 years 85 17 (20.0%)    
Preoperative jaundice 0.034 0.387 (0.164–0.916) 0.031
  Present 47 16 (34.0%)    
  Absent 145 18 (12.4%)    
Major hepatectomy 0.183   
  Yes 8 4 (50.0%)    
  No 184 30 (16.3%)    
Extrahepatic bile duct resection 0.717   
  With 56 17 (30.4%)    
  Without 136 17 (12.5%)    
Combined resection of adjacent organs (CRAO) 0.168   
  With 15 7 (46.7%)    
  Without 177 27 (15.3%)    
Combined portal vein/hepatic artery resection 0.802   
  With 5 1 (20.0%)    
  Without 187 33 (17.6%)    
Operative time 0.280   
  < 240 min 87 9 (10.3%)    
  ≥ 240 min 105 25 (23.8%)    
Intraoperative blood infusion 0.056 0.420 (0.175-1.007) 0.052
  With 44     
  Without 148     
  1. Adjacent organs include the pancreas, duodenum, stomach, and/or colon other than the liver and bile duct.