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Table 4 Outcomes of neonates with CDO after Kimura procedure according to patients’ sex

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

Outcomes Male Female
JFT (n = 13) Non-JFT (n-14) p value JFT (n = 2) Non-JFT (n = 23) p value
Median (IQR) Median (IQR) Median (IQR) Median (IQR)
Initial enteral feeding (days) 1 (1–4) 4.5 (0.8–6) 0.23 2.5 (2.25–2.75) 5 (4–6) 0.08
Full oral feeding (days) 12 (0–15) 0 (0–9) 0.17 14 (13–15) 15 (10.5–20.5) 0.69
Duration of nasogastric output (days) 5 (4–6) 5.5 (3.25–12) 0.70 9 (9–9) 5 (4–7.5) 0.09
Length of stay (days) 16 (14–21) 13.5 (9.25–20.75) 0.41 27 (21.5–32.5) 20 (14.5–25) 0.48
Duration of parenteral nutrition (days) 13 (10–19) 11.5 (9.25–20.25) 0.77 12.5 (11.25–13.75) 17 (11.5–20) 0.39
Weight on discharge (gram) 2560 (1900–2790) 2416 (2224–2711) 0.79 2765 (2662.5–2867.5) 2250 (2015–2795) 0.23
  1. CDO congenital duodenal obstruction, JFT jejunostomy feeding tube, IQR interquartile range, N/A not applicable