Leukocytosis after robotic hysterectomy: commonly observed but clinically insignificant View Full Text


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2010-12

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Meenu Goel, Kathryn F. McGonigle, Emily Vason, Howard G. Muntz

ABSTRACT

Laboratory studies are commonly performed after surgery, but with little evidence of clinical utility. We evaluated our experience with measuring a complete blood count (CBC) to determine peripheral blood leukocyte count (WBC) postoperatively following consecutive robotic hysterectomies. From January 2008 through November 2009, two surgeons (KM, HM) performed 204 robotic hysterectomies. Patient age, weight, height, indication for surgery, surgical procedure, operative time, estimated blood loss, hospital length of stay, postoperative fever, and complications were prospectively recorded and correlated with WBC measured on the day after surgery. The postoperative WBC was elevated (>11,000/μl) in 59/204 (29%) patients. Eight (4%) patients had marked leukocytosis (WBC >15,000/μl; maximum 16,600/μl). There was no correlation between postoperative leukocytosis and operative time, BMI, performance of lymphadenectomy, or length of hospitalization. The only factor significantly associated with elevated postoperative WBC was elevated preoperative WBC (P < .001). Also, there was no correlation between postoperative leukocytosis with fever or infectious complications. The mean T max was 37.1ºC and T max over 38ºC was seen in nine patients. Of the five women who developed infectious complications, only one (diagnosed with pneumonia) had a minimally elevated postoperative WBC (11,600/μl); the other four (pneumonia and pelvic abscess, two each) had normal postoperative WBC. Routine measurement of WBC after robotic hysterectomy is not useful. In about 25% of cases there will be a slight leukocytosis, and rarely (about 4%) will the WBC exceed 15,000/μl. In no case was measurement of postoperative WBC clinically relevant. More... »

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