Endoscopic versus percutaneous drainage of post-operative peripancreatic fluid collections following pancreatic resection Journal Article

Authors: Al Efishat, M.; Attiyeh, M. A.; Eaton, A. A.; Gönen, M.; Covey, A. M.; D'Angelica, M. I.; DeMatteo, R. P.; Kingham, T. P.; Balachandran, V.; Jarnagin, W. R.; Gerdes, H.; Allen, P. J.; Schattner, M. A.
Article Title: Endoscopic versus percutaneous drainage of post-operative peripancreatic fluid collections following pancreatic resection
Abstract: Background: Post-operative peripancreatic fluid collection (PFC) is a common complication following pancreatic resection which can be managed with endoscopic or percutaneous drainage. Methods: Patients who underwent either endoscopic or percutaneous drainage of post-operative PFC were extracted from a prospectively-maintained database. The two groups were matched for surgery type, presence of a surgical drain and timing of drainage. Results: Thirty-nine matched patients were identified in each group with a median age of 62 years. For primary drainage, technical success was achieved in almost all patients in both endoscopic and percutaneous groups (100% and 97%, p = NS); clinical success was achieved in 67% and 59%, respectively (p = 0.63). At least one “salvage” drainage procedure was required in 13 endoscopic patients versus 16 in the percutaneous group. Clinical success was achieved following the first salvage. Procedure in 85% of the endoscopic patients and 88% of the percutaneous patients (p = 0.62). Stent/drain duration (59 vs 33 days, p < 0.001) and number of post-procedural CT studies (2 vs 1, p = 0.02) were significantly higher in the endoscopic group. There was no difference in length of stay, complication, or recurrence between the two groups. Conclusion: Endoscopic drainage of post-operative PFC appears to be safe and effective with comparable success rates and outcomes to percutaneous drainage. © 2018 International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association Inc.
Keywords: adult; controlled study; major clinical study; salvage therapy; adjuvant therapy; pancreas cancer; outcome assessment; antineoplastic agent; prospective study; cohort analysis; postoperative complication; length of stay; endoscopic surgery; patient safety; recurrent disease; pancreatectomy; intermethod comparison; clinical effectiveness; patient care planning; percutaneous drainage; body fluid; clinical outcome; human; male; female; article; postoperative peripancreatic fluid collection
Journal Title: HPB
Volume: 21
Issue: 4
ISSN: 1365-182X
Publisher: Elsevier Science, Inc.  
Date Published: 2019-01-01
Start Page: 434
End Page: 443
Language: English
DOI: 10.1016/j.hpb.2018.08.010
PUBMED: 30293867
PROVIDER: scopus
Notes: Article -- Export Date: 1 May 2019 -- Source: Scopus
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MSK Authors
  1. Hans Gerdes
    149 Gerdes
  2. Ronald P DeMatteo
    627 DeMatteo
  3. Mithat Gonen
    779 Gonen
  4. Anne Covey
    133 Covey
  5. Peter Allen
    477 Allen
  6. William R Jarnagin
    642 Jarnagin
  7. T Peter Kingham
    337 Kingham
  8. Anne Austin Eaton
    122 Eaton
  9. Mark Schattner
    114 Schattner
  10. Marc   Attiyeh
    26 Attiyeh