Influencia del volumen quirúrgico en los resultados oncológicos después de estandarizar la cirugía en el Proyecto Español del Cáncer de Recto

Héctor Ortiz*, Antonio Codina, Miguel Ciga, Sebastiano Biondo, José M. Enríquez-Navascués, Eloy Espín, Eduardo García-Granero, José V. Roig

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Introducción The purpose of this prospective multicentre multilevel study was to investigate the influence of hospital caseload on long-term outcomes following standardization of rectal cancer surgery in the Rectal Cancer Project of the Spanish Society of Surgeons. Methods Data relating to 2910 consecutive patients with rectal cancer treated for cure between March 2006 and March 2010 were recorded in a prospective database. Hospitals were classified according to number of patients treated per year as low-volume, intermediate-volume, or high volume hospitals (12-23, 24-35, or ≥36 procedures per year). Results After a median follow-up of 5 years, cumulative rates of local recurrence, metastatic recurrence and overall survival were 6.6 (CI95% 5.6–7.6), 20.3 (CI95% 18.8–21.9) and 73.0 (CI95% 74.7 - 71.3) respectively. In the multilevel regression analysis overall survival was higher for patients treated at hospitals with an annual caseload of 36 or more patients (HR 0,727 [CI95% 0,556-0,951]; P=.02). The risk of local recurrence and metastases were not related to the caseload. Moreover, there was a statistically significant variation in overall survival (median hazard ratio [MHR] 1.184 [CI95% 1.071-1,333]), local recurrence (MHR 1.308 [CI95% 1.010-1.668]) and metastases (MHR 1.300 [CI95% 1.181; 1.476]) between all hospitals. Conclusions Overall survival was higher for patients treated at hospitals with an annual caseload of 36 or more patients. However, local recurrence was not influenced by caseload.
Títol traduït de la contribucióEffect of hospital caseload on long-term outcome after standardization of rectal cancer surgery in the Spanish Rectal Cancer Project
Idioma originalSpanish
Pàgines (de-a)442-452
Nombre de pàgines11
RevistaCirugia Espanola
Volum94
Número8
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Estat de la publicacióPublicada - d’oct. 2016

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