Peridural analgesia does not impact survival in patients after colon cancer resection: a retrospective propensity score-adjusted analysis
Elena F Wurster, Frank Pianka, Rene Warschkow, Pia Antony, Thorsten Brenner, Markus A Weigand, Bruno Schmied, Markus W Büchler, Ignazio Tarantino & Alexis Ulrich
Peridural analgesia in patients after colon cancer resection was not associated with a better oncological outcome after risk adjusting in multivariable Cox regression and propensity score analyses. Hence, oncological outcome should not serve as a reason for the use of peridural analgesia in patients with colon cancer.
|citation||Wurster E F, Pianka F, Warschkow R, Antony P, Brenner T, Weigand M A, Schmied B, Büchler M W, Tarantino I, Ulrich A. Peridural analgesia does not impact survival in patients after colon cancer resection: a retrospective propensity score-adjusted analysis. Int J Colorectal Dis 2019; 34:1283-1293.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||06-06-2019|
|journal title||Int J Colorectal Dis (34/7)|