Prediction of early (30-day) and late (30–90-day) mortality after radical cystectomy in a comprehensive cancer centre over two decades
World Journal of Urology Nov 24, 2019
Korbee ML, Voskuilen CS, Hendricksen K, et al. - A total of 823 individuals who underwent radical cystectomy (RC) for bladder cancer in the Netherlands Cancer Institute between 1997 and 2017 were recognized in order to examine early (30-day; 30 M) and late (30–90-day; 30–90 M) mortality following RC in a Dutch tertiary referral center and ascertain factors related to 30 M, 30–90 M and 90-day mortality (90 M). 30 M was prognosticated by patient-related factors whilst 30–90 M was prognosticated by both patient-related and cancer-associated factors. This implies that patient mix, ie, patient- vs. cancer-related factors for 30 M and 30–90 M, should be considered whether mortality rates are to be contrasted between hospitals.Go to Original
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