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Table 4 Correlation between platelet depletion on POD1 and clinical characteristics

From: Post-operative depletion of platelet count is associated with anastomotic insufficiency following intrahepatic cholangiojejunostomy: a case–control study from the results of 220 cases of intrahepatic cholangiojejunostomy

Subject characteristics Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis
   Platelet count P Odds ratio 95% CI P
   (POD 1)     
   <10 × 104/μL     
   N =30     
Age (years) >68 19 0.553    
BMI <22 10 0.116    
Diabetes mellitus Yes 8 0.197    
ICGR-15 >10% 21 0.231    
  >15% 7 0.430    
Pre-operative albumin (mg/dL) <3.9 16 0.845    
Pre-operative platelet count <12 × 104/μL 5 <0.01 34.7 3.16-380.2 <0.01
Preoperative Portal vein embolism Yes 20 0.716    
Type of hepatectomy Right/trisegmen-tectomy 21 0.542    
PD Yes 3 0.775    
Operative blood loss (mL) >1700 24 <0.01 5.24 1.69-16.2 <0.01
Operation time (min) >660 21 1    
Concomitant resection Hepatic artery 5 0.339    
PV 12 0.432    
Number of bile duct reconstructions >3 14 0.065 - - N.S
Postoperative AST (IU) >370 15 1    
Postoperative ALT (IU) >440 16 0.844    
PT-INR (POD1) >1.8 18 0.171    
APTT (POD1) >40 26 <0.01 5.31 1.71-16.46 <0.01
Organ/space SSI (n =30) Yes 9 <0.01 - - N.S
  1. POD1: post-operative day 1, BMI: body mass index, ICGR-15: indocyanine green retention rate at 15 min), PV: portal vein, Right: right extended hepatectomy, PD: pancreaticoduodenectomy, AST: aspartate amino transferase, ALT: alanine aminotransferase, PT-INR: prothrombin time-international normalized ratio, APTT: activated partial thromboplastin time, SSI: surgical-site infection, N.S: no statistically significant difference.