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Table 3 Outcomes of neonates with CDO after Kimura procedure in Dr. Sardjito Hospital, Indonesia

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

Outcomes Total (N = 52) JFT (N = 15) Non-JFT (N = 37) p-value
  N (%); median (IQR) N (%); median (IQR) N (%); median (IQR)  
Full oral feeding (days) 15 (12–20) 14 (12–15) 17 (14–22.5) 0.04*
Duration of nasogastric output (days) 5 (4–7) 5 (3–6) 5 (4–7) 0.59
Length of stay (days) 20 (15.25–25) 16 (14–22) 20 (17–28) 0.22
Duration of parenteral nutrition (days) 15.5 (11–20) 12 (10–15) 17 (13–23) 0.031*
Initial enteral feeding (days) 4.5 (3–6) 2 (1–3.5) 5 (4–6) 0.001*
Weight on discharge (gram) 2460 (2242–2820) 2633 (2560–2820) 2475 (2112–2820) 0.37
Survival     
Survived 32 (61.5) 10 (66.7) 22 (59.5) 0.63
Died 20 (38.5) 5 (33.3) 15 (40.5) 0.204
Age at death (days) 11 (5–20.25) 14 (12–23) 10 (5–17)  
  1. CDO congenital duodenal obstruction, JFT jejunostomy feeding tube, IQR interquartile range
  2. *Significant (p < 0.05)