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Role of intraoperative fluids on hospital length of stay in laparoscopic bariatric surgery: a retrospective study in 224 consecutive patients



Role of intraoperative fluids on hospital length of stay in laparoscopic bariatric surgery: a retrospective study in 224 consecutive patients



Surgical Endoscopy 29(10): 2960-2969



Studies are unclear regarding optimal intraoperative fluid management during laparoscopic bariatric surgery. The purpose of this 1-year study was to investigate the role of intraoperative fluid administration on hospital length of stay (hLOS) and postoperative complications in laparoscopic bariatric surgery. Patient data analyzed included previously reported demographics, comorbidities, and intraoperative fluid administration on the duration of hLOS and incidence of postoperative complications. Logistic regression analysis of demographic and comorbidity variables revealed that BMI (P = 0.0099) and history of anemia (P = 0.0084) were significantly associated with hLOS (C index statistic, 0.7). Lower rates of intraoperative fluid administration were significantly associated with longer hLOS (P = 0.0005). Recursive partitioning observed that patients who received <1,750 ml of intraoperative fluids resulted in longer hLOS when compared to patients who received ≥ 1,750 ml (LogWorth = 0.5). When intraoperative fluid administration rates were defined by current hydration guidelines for major abdominal surgery, restricted rates (<5 ml/kg/h) were associated with the highest incidence of extended hLOS (>1 postoperative day) at 54.1 % when compared to 22.9 % with standard rates (5-7 ml/kg/h) and were lowest at 14.5 % in patients receiving liberal rates (>7 ml/kg/h) (P < 0.0001). Finally, lower rates of intraoperative fluid administration were significantly associated with delayed wound healing (P = 0.03). The amount of intravenous fluids administered during laparoscopic bariatric surgery plays a significant role on hLOS and on the incidence of delayed wound healing.

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DOI: 10.1007/s00464-014-4029-1


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