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Table 2 Uni-variate logistic regression analysis of factors associated with early complications in patients undergoing biliary enteric anastomotic surgery for a benign disease

From: Early complications after biliary enteric anastomosis for benign diseases: A retrospective analysis

Variable Category OR 95% CI
Age (ref: < 50 years) > 50 years 0.96 0.39, 2.31
Gender (ref: male) Female 0.78 0.32, 1.90
BMI (ref: ≤25) > 25 Kg/m2 0.86 0.29, 2.53
Albumin (ref: > 3.5) ≤3.5 10.4 1.10, 98.20
Charlson score (re: = 0) 1-2 1.24 0.40, 3.87
  3 and above 2.45 0.64, 9.37
ASA class (ref: 1-2) > 2 1.30 0.52, 3.33
Primary diagnosis CBD stones ± stricture 1 -
  Traumatic CBD injury 1.09 0.29, 4.13
  Others 1.4 0.34, 5.77
Surgery Hepaticojejunostomy 1 -
  Choledochoduoenostomy 0.87 0.31, 2.46
  Choledochojejunostomy 2.26 0.66, 7.76
  Whipple 3.69 0.34, 39.8
Year of Surgery 2003-2009 1 -
  1998-2002 1.17 0.33, 4.12
  1993-1997 1.2 0.31, 4.61
  1988-1992 0.75 0.22, 2.58
Layers of anastomosis (ref: 1 layer) 2 layer 0.95 0.36, 2.55
Stent Placement (ref: yes) No 1 0.38, 2.62
Sutures (ref: continuous) Interrupted 1.12 0.44, 2.99
Level of duct (ref: hepatic) CBD 1.45 0.59, 3.54
Loop (Ref: jejunum) Duodenum 1.53 0.59, 3.94
Pre -operative drainage (ref: yes) No 0.46 0.15, 1.43
T Tube placement (ref: yes) No 0.84 0.28, 2.49
Bile Culture positive (ref: positive) Negative 1.04 0.40, 2.72