- Volume 16 Issue 5
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Systemic Analysis on Laparoscope-Assisted Gastrectomy for Patients with Gastric Cancer
- Hu, Jun-Hong (Department of General Surgery, Huaihe Hospital of Henan University) ;
- Tang, Hong-Na (Department of General Surgery, Huaihe Hospital of Henan University) ;
- Ma, Yong-Ping (Department of General Surgery, Huaihe Hospital of Henan University) ;
- Wang, Chen-Yu (Department of General Surgery, Huaihe Hospital of Henan University) ;
- Yao, Kun-Hou (Department of General Surgery, Huaihe Hospital of Henan University) ;
- Zhang, Jun-Jie (Department of General Surgery, Huaihe Hospital of Henan University) ;
- Ren, Xue-Qun (Department of General Surgery, Huaihe Hospital of Henan University)
- Published : 2015.03.18
Background: Laparoscope-assisted gastrectomy in treating patients with gastric cancers developed with a background of highly invasive traditional surgery and is being increasingly performed in the Asian Pacific area. This study systemically investigated the technique and clinical results for comparison with traditional radical subtotal gastrectomy for gastric cancers. Methods: Clinical studies evaluating the effectiveness and side effects of laparoscope-assisted gastrectomy in treating patients with gastric cancers were identified using a predefined search strategy. Summary rates of effectiveness and side effects of laparoscope-assisted gastrectomy were calculated. Results: Thirteen clinical studies which including 1,412 patients with gastric cancer treated by laparoscope-assisted gastrectomy were considered eligible for inclusion. Systemic analysis showed that, for all patients, the pooled resection rate was 100%. Major adverse effects were anastomotic stenosis, abdominal abscess, abdominal bleeding, postoperative ileus. Treatment related death occurred in 0. 71% (10/1412). Conclusion: This systemic analysis suggests that laparoscope-assisted gastrectomy in treating patients with gastric cancers is associated with good curative rate and acceptable complications.
Laparoscope-assisted gastrectomy;gastric cancer;cure rate;complications
Supported by : Ministry of Health
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