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World J Gastroenterol. Apr 14, 2020; 26(14): 1594-1600
Published online Apr 14, 2020. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v26.i14.1594
Table 1 Studies measuring drain amylase content for predicting postoperative pancreatic fistula after gastrectomy in patients with gastric cancer
Ref.Sample sizeSurgical procedurePOD 1
Definition of POPF
Data availableCut-offData availableCut-off
Sano et al[3], 1997102OTG, D1 - ≥ D2Yes4000 IU/LNoNGD-AMY > 3 times more than S-AMY for ≥ 7 days
Iwata et al[2], 2010372Gastrectomy, D1 - ≥ D2Yes1000 IU/LNoNGISGPF definition (grade A/B/C)
Tomimaru et al[4], 2011172TG, D1 plus - D2Yes5000 IU/LNoNGISGPF definition (grade B/C)
Miki et al[6], 2011104TG, D2Yes3398 IU/LNoNGISGPF definition (grade B/C)
Kobayashi et al[7], 2015448Gastrectomy, D1 - ≥ D2Yes1949 IU/LNoNGC-D classification (grade III or higher)
De Sol et al[5], 201553Gastrectomy,D2N0NGYesD-AMY > 3 times more than S-AMYISGPF definition (grade B/C)
Kanda et al[8], 2016265LDG, D1 plus - D2Yes904 IU/LYesRetained at ≥ 31.2% of D-AMY on POD 1C-D classification (grade II or higher)
Taniguchi et al[9], 2017591Gastrectomy D1- ≥ D2Yes2900 IU/LYes2100 IU/LISGPF definition (grade B/C)
Kamiya et al[10], 2018801Gastrectomy D1 plus - ≥ D2Yes2218 IU/LYes555 IU/LC-D classification (grade III or higher)
Wakahara et al[12], 2019327Gastrectomy D0-D2NoNGYes761 IU/LC-D classification (grade II or higher)