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Table 1 Patient characteristics, intraoperative outcomes, and postoperative outcomes

From: Laparoscopic surgery for diverticular colovesical fistula: single-center experience of 11 cases

 N = 11
Age (years)55 [29–73]a
Sex (male)10 (91%)
BMI (kg/m2)24 [20–29]a
ASA-PS
 12 (18%)
 25 (45%)
 34 (36%)
Prior abdominal operations0
Preoperative blood exams
 WBC (/µL)6900 [4300–14,000]a
 CRP (mg/dL)0.64 [< 0.03–3.93]a
Operative time (min)251 [207–385]a
Blood loss (mL)100 [0–560]a
Bladder leak test (positive)4 (57%)
Type of bladder repair
 Simple closure6 (55%)
 Partial resection0
 No repair5 (45%)
Stoma creation0
Complication0
Conversion to open surgery3 (27%)
Overall morbidity4 (36%)
(Clavien–Dindo grade 2 or more)
 UTI2
 Ileus1
 Rest abscess1
Timing of Foley catheter removal (POD)7 [3–11]a
Length of hospital stay (days)13 [8–21]a
Reoperation0
Mortality0
  1. aMedian [range]
  2. BMI body mass index, ASA-PS American Society of Anesthesiologists physical status, WBC white blood cell, CRP: C-reactive protein, UTI urinary tract infection, POD postoperative day
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