Association between operative approach and complications in patients undergoing Hartmann's reversal.

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BACKGROUND Complications following reversal of Hartmann's procedure are common, with morbidity rates of up to 50 per cent, and a mortality rate as high as 10 per cent. This is based on case series with heterogeneous data collection and analysis. This study determined risk factors for complications following Hartmann's reversal. METHODS Patients who… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/bjs.9153

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@article{Cellini2013AssociationBO, title={Association between operative approach and complications in patients undergoing Hartmann's reversal.}, author={Carlo Cellini and A-P Deeb and A. Sharma and J. R. T. Monson and Fergal J. Fleming}, journal={The British journal of surgery}, year={2013}, volume={100 8}, pages={1094-9} }