Publications

Surgery

Association Between Standardized Phase Angle, Nutrition Status, and Clinical Outcomes in Surgical Cancer Patients.

Date:

2019

Authors:

Pena N. F., Mauricio S. F., Rodrigues A. M., Carmo A. S., Coury N. C., Correia M. I., Generoso S. V.

Journal:

Nutrition in Clinical Practice

Topic:

Standardised phase angle (SPA) correlates with nutritional status and is a significant predictor of postoperative infection complications (AUC, 0.61; CI 95%, 0.51-0.71).

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Active tags: SURGERY

Perioperative Interstitial Fluid Expansion Predicts Major Morbidity Following Pancreatic Surgery: Appraisal by Bioimpedance Vector Analysis

Date:

2019

Authors:

Sandini M., Paiella S., Cereda M., Angrisani M., Capretti G., Casciani F., Caccialanza R.

Journal:

Annals of surgery

Topic:

The trial conducted on 249 patients following surgical resection for pancreatic cancer shows that preoperative ECW values are significantly higher in patients with a higher degree of morbility according to the Clavien-Dindo classification (CDC). The hydration index, meanwhile, correlates with post-operative complications.

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Active tags: CANCER - ECW - SURGERY



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