Prospective validation of the «fifty-fifty» criteria as an early and accurate predictor of death after liver resection in intensive care unit patients.

Prospective Validation of the “Fifty-Fifty” Criteria as an

Whether these criteria are of prognostic value in a prospective study remains unknown. Objective: To determine prospectively the prognostic value of the 50–50 criteria on day 3 and day 5 in intensive care unit (ICU) patients after hepatectomy.

Prospective Validation of the “Fifty-Fifty” Criteria as an

Prospective Validation of the “Fifty-Fifty” Criteria as an Early and Accurate Predictor of Death After Liver Resection in Intensive Care Unit Patients Article in Annals of surgery 249(1):124-8

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The “50-50 Criteria” on Postoperative Day 5: An Accurate

The association of PT 50 μml/L on POD 5 (the 50-50 criteria) was a simple, early, and accurate predictor of more than 50% mortality rate after hepatectomy. This criteria could be identified early enough, before clinical evidence of complications, for specific …

Post-hepatectomy liver failure – PubMed Central (PMC)

Aug 01, 2014 · Mortality rates after major hepatic resection have been reported to be as high as 30% (1,2) with post-hepatectomy liver failure (PHLF) representing the major source of morbidity and mortality after liver resection.

Preoperative Serum Bilirubin and Lactate Levels Predict

Paugam-Burtz, C, Janny, S, Delefosse, D: Prospective validation of the “fifty-fifty” criteria as an early and accurate predictor of death after liver resection in intensive care unit patients. Ann Surg 2009 ;249: 124 – 128 .

Prognostic criteria for postoperative mortality in 170

C Paugam-Burtz, S Janny, D Delefosse, S Dahmani, F Dondero, J Mantz, et al.Prospective validation of the “fifty-fifty” criteria as an early and accurate predictor of death after liver resection in intensive care unit patients

Case Scenario: Postoperative Liver Failure after Liver

What Are the Predictors and the Causes of Postoperative Acute Liver Failure after Liver Resection in Cirrhotic Patients? Many predictors of POLF, such as, diabetes, liver fibrosis extent, small remnant liver volume, intraoperative blood loss, and need for blood transfusion have been described. 10 Diabetes is a common comorbidity in patients with liver resection.

Published in: Anesthesiology · 2012Authors: Catherine Paugamburtz · Julia Wendon · Jacques Belghiti · Jean Mantz

Nomogram for individualised prediction of liver failure

Paugam-Burtz C, Janny S, Delefosse D et al (2009) Prospective validation of the “fifty-fifty” criteria as an early and accurate predictor of death after liver resection in intensive care unit patients.

Liver Failure after Major Liver Resection: Risk Assessment

The need for invasive treatment (ie, transfer to an intensive care unit, circulatory support, intubation and mechanical ventilation, extracorporeal liver support, rescue hepatectomy or liver transplantation, relaparotomy) defines grade C . Postoperative mortality was defined as death within 30 days after major liver resection or in-hospital death if later than 30 days.

Liver Function Assessment Using Technetium 99m-Galactosyl

Study participation was discontinued prematurely in 27 of 212 patients because liver resection with hepaticojejunostomy for biliary cancer was performed in 22 patients, repeated hepatectomy in 4 patients, and the final patient was a 4-month-old child diagnosed with hepatoblastoma. Finally, a total of 185 patients were included in the study.

Postresection hepatic failure: Successful treatment with

7 Catherine Paugam-Burtz, Sylvie Janny, Didier Delefosse, Souhayl Dahmani, Federica Dondero, Jean Mantz, Jacques Belghiti, Prospective Validation of the “Fifty-Fifty” Criteria as an Early and Accurate Predictor of Death After Liver Resection in Intensive Care Unit Patients, Annals of Surgery, 2009, 249, 1, 124CrossRef

Published in: Liver Transplantation · 2007Authors: Yuichiro Otsuka · John P Duffy · Sammy Saab · Douglas G Farmer · Rafik M GhobrialAffiliation: Toho University · University of California Los AngelesAbout: Liver transplantation

Post-hepatectomy liver failure – Kauffmann – Hepatobiliary

Paugam-Burtz C, Janny S, Delefosse D, et al. Prospective validation of the «fifty-fifty» criteria as an early and accurate predictor of death after liver resection in intensive care unit patients. Ann Surg 2009;249:124-8. Jaeck D, Bachellier P, Oussoultzoglou E, et al. Surgical resection of …

Published in: Hepatobiliary surgery and nutrition · 2014Authors: Rondi M Kauffmann · Yuman FongAffiliation: City of Hope National Medical CenterAbout: Bioinformatics

The Predictive Value of Postoperative Clinical Risk Scores

Paugam-Burtz C, Janny S, Delefosse D, Dahmani S, Dondero F, Mantz J, et al. Prospective validation of the “fifty-fifty” criteria as an early and accurate predictor of death after liver resection in intensive care unit patients.