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Table 5 Relationship between patient characteristics or operative factors and postoperative arrhythmia

From: Individualization of risk factors for postoperative complication after lung cancer surgery: a retrospective study

  Arrhythmia p value
Present Absent
Gender    
 Male 38 (7%) 547 (93%) 0.48
 Female 20 (5%) 351 (95%)  
Age    
 < 75 years 43 (6%) 656 (94%) 0.85
 ≥ 75 years 15 (6%) 242 (94%)  
Smoking history    
 Present 40 (7%) 555 (93%) 0.27
 Absent 18 (5%) 343 (95%)  
Coexistence of interstitial lung disease    
 Present 2 (9%) 20 (91%) 0.54
 Absent 56 (6%) 878 (94%)  
Coexistence of diabetes mellitus    
 Present 5 (4%) 131 (96%) 0.21
 Absent 53 (7%) 767 (93%)  
Coexistence of malignancy    
 Present 5 (3%) 156 (97%) 0.08
 Absent 53 (7%) 742 (93%)  
Coexistence of asthma    
 Present 1 (4%) 27 (96%) 0.57
 Absent 57 (6%) 871 (94%)  
Coexistence of arrhythmia or angina pectoris    
 Present 8 (8%) 90 (92%) 0.35
 Absent 50 (6%) 808 (94%)  
FEV1%    
 < 70% 26 (8%) 307 (92%) 0.09
 ≥ 70% 32 (5%) 591 (95%)  
Lobe    
 RU 21 (7%) 268 (93%) 0.30
 RM 3 (5%) 55 (95%)  
 RL 14 (6%) 217 (94%)  
 LU 16 (7%) 204 (93%)  
 LL 4 (2%) 154 (98%)  
Operative approach    
 C-VATS + RATS 13 (4%) 328 (96%) 0.02
 H-VATS + Open 45 (7%) 570 (93%)  
Operative procedure    
 Lobectomy or more 57 (8%) 652 (92%)  < 0.01
 Sublobar resection 1 (0.4%) 246 (99.6%)  
  1. FEV1% forced expiratory volume % in one second, RU right upper, RM right middle, RL right lower, LU left upper, LL left lower, C complete, VATS video-assisted thoracic surgery, RATS Robot-assisted Thoracic Surgery, H hybrid