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2022-09-19

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Henry H. Chill, Nani P. Moss, Cecilia Chang, Joel Winer, Roger P. Goldberg

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Introduction and hypothesisSame-day discharge (SDD) is increasing in popularity following surgical repair of pelvic organ prolapse. The aim of this study was to evaluate factors associated with unplanned admission (UA) in women undergoing apical prolapse repair.MethodsThis retrospective, observational cohort study included patients who underwent apical prolapse repair and planned same-day discharge (SDD) between March 2019 and December 2021. The cohort was divided into two groups: patients who were discharged on the same day as surgery (SDD group) and patients who had an unplanned admission (UA group). Demographic, pre-, intra-, and post-operative data were collected. Risk factors associated with unplanned admission were evaluated using univariate and multivariate analyses.ResultsOne-hundred and eighty-four cases of apical prolapse repair met the criteria for inclusion in the final analysis; this included 142 in the SDD group and 42 in the UA group. Patients in the UA group had significantly increased estimated blood loss, longer total operative time, later time arriving to the Post-Anesthesia Care unit (PACU) and longer overall stay in the PACU. No differences were observed in the 30-day complication rate, or 30-day unanticipated healthcare encounters, between groups. Multivariate analysis revealed that receiving ketorolac post-operatively was associated with a higher likelihood of SDD (OR=2.6, 95% CI 1.032–6.580, p=0.043).ConclusionsAmong women undergoing apical prolapse repair, same-day discharge was associated with comparable immediate and 30-day complication rates. Within our cohort, post-operative treatment with ketorolac was associated with greater likelihood of SDD. More... »

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