tSurgery risk factors: surgery: elective

Study nameOutcomeOR (95%CI)CommentsRisk factor detailsOther detailsFactors adjusted for in multivariate analysis
incidence of IPH (<36) in ICU
emergency surgery vs elective surgery
Kongsayreepong 2003; prospective cohort study in 184 patientsmultivariate adjusted odds ratio0.4 (0.09, 1.81)not statistically significant16% emergency surgery.age: 15–93; theatre temperature: mean 19.5 to 20.6°C (SD 1.9); 19% ASA I; 55% ASA II; 26% ASA > II; some had active warming; mixed general/regional/combined anaesthesia; duration: Anaesthesia: range 0.5 to 11.5h. 19% had ≤ 2h.age, body weight, preoperative body temperature, ASA, diabetic neuropathy, emergency surgery, magnitude of surgery, temperature monitoring used, type of anaesthesia, iv fluid, duration surgery, ambient temperature (+ univariate: gender, FAW, duration of anaesthesia)

From: APPENDIX F, MULTIVARIATE RISK FACTORS

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