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Table 1 Demographic and Clinical Statistics

From: Laparoscopic cholecystectomy: review of 1430 cases in Cure International Hospital, Kabul, Afghanistan

Variables Male
250 (17.5%)
Female
1180 (82.5%)
Total
1430
N (%) N (%) N (%)
Age
 15–30 22 (8.8%) 207 (17.5%) 229 (16.0%)
 31–50 114 (45.6%) 582 (49.3%) 696 (48.7%)
 51–70 106 (42.4%) 372 (31.5%) 478 (33.4%)
 71 and over 8 (3.2%) 19 (1.6%) 27 (1.9%)
Mean ± SD 49.5 ± 13.1 44.98 ± 13.4 13.75 ± 13.5
ASA grade
 I 124 (49.6%) 647 (54.8%) 771 (53.9%)
 II 106 (42.4%) 501 (42.5%) 607 (42.4%)
 III 20 (8.0%) 32 (2.7%) 52 (3.6%)
Prior abdominal surgery 14 (5.6%) 86 (7.3%) 100 (7.0%)
Comorbiditiesa 93 (37.2%) 382 (32.4%) 475 (33.2%)
Sonogram findingb
 GB stone 250 (100%) 1180 (100%) 1430 (100%)
 GB inflammation 67 (26.8%) 156 (13.2%) 223 (15.6%)
 GB mass 1 (0.4%) 0 (0.0%) 1 (0.1%)
Admission WBC
 ≤ 10,000/mm3 210 (84.0%) 989 (83.8%) 1199 (83.8%)
 > 10,000/mm3 40 (16.0%) 191 (16.2%) 231 (16.2%)
  1. aSome patients have more than one comorbidity
  2. bSome patients have more than one sonogram finding