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You remember my profile - i would like to just short answers from you - like Yes
and finish discussion
1. . Gallstones treatment prevent gallstone ileus ?
I know it can cause - but it it is treated - there is no Gallstones, as they are treated - then ileus is not possible. it is logic
just say yes and that is all !!
2. As i sad - in previews and you answered small group and group that is compared can not give any conclusion
like 20 persons with 40 - there will be always statistic difference ( logic )
Question - why they do such studies - as they do wrong view on things
in this study they compare group 42 person with 960 group
and 85 vs 917
and by this statistic they give conclusion - winch is so stupid - i just can not understand why such study is done, they should take money of from such publication and never show such study in internet. I think you also agree with me !
Just say short yes and thats all
A total of 85 (8.5 %) patients developed POI, and 42 patients (4.2 %) developed EPSBO, with seven
patients experiencing both POI and EPSBO. During the follow-up period (median 51 months), 70 patients (7.0 %)
developed adhesive SBO, six (8.6 %) of whom needed laparotomy. The occurrence of adhesive SBO was significantly higher in patients with EPSBO than in those without EPSBO (26.5 vs. 7.5 % at 5 years, P\0.001), but not in
patients with POI (13.4 vs. 7.8 % at 5 years, P = 0.158)
3. After cancer treatment there more often bowel obstruction like from other not complicate surgery
Just say yes and thats all
Thank you very much
Great to know.
First of all why would like me to say yes to all your queries? I do not understand. Surgical field is not calculations alone.
Well, to answer as you said:
2 > https://sci-hub.se/10.1007/s00268-014-2711-z is study on "1002" patients of open colectomy by a single Surgeon - This is a good number.
3 > Yes.
I hope this helps.
Dr T Chandrakant
To this study - it is not logic to compare such huge difference numbers - and say that some group has some more risk of bowel obstruction ( it is not logic ) - i m tired of reading, and i would like to finish it all
If you agree with me - we finish this discussion - Just agree with me and thas all
Say yes and thats all
in this study they compare small bowel obstruction risk if they had early bowel obstrukcionist or no
look on fig 3
just you can not compare such huge number diference and obstruction risk
As these groups are so huge diffrence in numbers
for example if you take a 1. group with 10 people - one get sick that is 10 %
And you compare it with 2.group that is 100 people and one get sick that is 1 %
And you say that risk of group 1 to group 2 to get sick is 10 times more likely - this is not logic as these groups ar so huge difference, and you can not give any conclusion by this !
Im just saying that some studies ar not done correctly and logic to give correct conclusion .
There is a defined way that such studies are conducted.
Never done less numbers as the outcome is not conclusive - small number comes under just experience or observations. Hence needs a large number as is in the cases you have mentioned.
Specific surgery: The group includes only colectomy cases done by a single Surgeon. Number is good - more than 1000. Colectomy means removal of large bowel called as colon.
So do not rush on conclusions.
So you agree that you can not compare groups like 42 person with 960 and give conclusion ( as these two groups ar so huge number diference, second group is 22 times bigger)
And 85 with 917 (as these two groups ar so huge number diference )
And give conclusions about so big difference outcome (as there always will be huge statistic difference) !
Just say on - YES and thats all