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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of neonates with CDO after Kimura surgery at Dr. Sardjito Hospital, Indonesia

From: Outcomes and survival of infants with congenital duodenal obstruction following Kimura procedure with post-anastomosis jejunostomy feeding tube

Characteristics Total (N = 52) JFT (N = 15) Non-JFT (N = 37) p value
N (%); median (IQR) N (%); median (IQR) N (%); median (IQR)
Sex     
Male 27 (51.9%) 13 (86.7%) 14 (37.8%) 0.0019*
Female 25 (48.1%) 2 (13.3%) 23 (62.2%)  
Antenatal sonography     
Normal 6 (35.3%) 3 (33.4%) 3 (37.5%) 0.081
Polyhydramnios/ double bubble 11 (64.7%) 6 (66.6%) 5 (62.5%)  
Gestational age (weeks) 37 (36–38) 37 (34–39) 37 (36–38) 0.58
Maternal age (years) 31 (25.25–35) 28 (24.5–31) 31 (27–35) 0.068
Age of neonates at Kimura procedure (days) 8.5 (4–16.75) 6 (1–12) 9 (5–17) 0.103
Birth weight (gram) 2575 (2070–2975) 2600 (2164–2900) 2500 (2148–2900) 0.864
Body weight at Kimura surgery (gram) 2230 (1959–2652) 2320 (2069–2635) 2180 (1956–2590) 0.864
  1. CDO congenital duodenal obstruction, JFT jejunostomy feeding tube, IQR interquartile range
  2. *Significant (p < 0.05)