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Case Discussion on Complication of Esophageal Resection

Technically difficult operations include esophageal resection and gastrointestinal continuity restoration. Morbidity and mortality rates are influenced by a variety of variables, including patient comorbidities, surgical technique, and hospital/surgeon volume. The total incidence of postoperative complications ranges from 20 to 80%, and they can be either systemic (such as pneumonia or cardiac infarction) or surgical procedure-specific (such as anastomotic leaks or recurrent laryngeal nerve damage). The majority of individuals (16–67%) who experience postoperative problems have pulmonary issues.

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Consultant Gastrointestinal, Hepatobiliary and Liver Transplant Surgeon Shalby Multispeciality Hospital, Gujarat

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Technically difficult operations include esophageal resection and gastrointestinal continuity restoration. Morbidity and mortality rates are influenced by a variety of variables, including patient comorbidities, surgical technique, and hospital/surgeon volume. The total incidence of postoperative complications ranges from 20 to 80%, and they can be either systemic (such as pneumonia or cardiac infarction) or surgical procedure-specific (such as anastomotic leaks or recurrent laryngeal nerve damage). The majority of individuals (16–67%) who experience postoperative problems have pulmonary issues.

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  • 8th-February-2023, TIME : 5:00PM - 6:00PM
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Technically difficult operations include esophageal resection and gastrointestinal continuity restoration. Morbidity and mortality rates are influenced by a variety of variables, including patient comorbidities, surgical technique, and hospital/surgeon volume. The total incidence of postoperative complications ranges from 20 to 80%, and they can be either systemic (such as pneumonia or cardiac infarction) or surgical procedure-specific (such as anastomotic leaks or recurrent laryngeal nerve damage). The majority of individuals (16–67%) who experience postoperative problems have pulmonary issues.