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Complicated intra-abdominal infections in a worldwide context: an observational prospective study (CIAOW Study)

Authors
 Vladimir Khokha  ;  Cristian Tranà  ;  Jakub Kenig  ;  Goran Augustin  ;  Ihor Gerych  ;  Matej Skrovina  ;  Damien Massalou  ;  Rafael Díaz-Nieto  ;  Offir Ben-Ishay  ;  Elia Poiasina  ;  Nereo Vettoretto  ;  Gianluca Guercioni  ;  Ricardo Alessandro Teixeira Gonsaga  ;  Ashraf Abbas  ;  Adamu Ahmed  ;  Victor Kong  ;  Boris Sakakushev  ;  Sanoop Zachariah  ;  Sanjay Marwah  ;  Yunfeng Cui  ;  Miroslav P Peev  ;  Miklosh Bala  ;  Kuo-Ching Yuan  ;  Gerson Alves Pereira  ;  Carlos Augusto Gomes  ;  Carlos Ordonez  ;  Elio Jovine  ;  Gregorio Tugnoli  ;  Salomone Di Saverio  ;  Ferdinando Agresta  ;  Yoram Kluger  ;  Sanjay Gupta  ;  Cino Bendinelli  ;  Zsolt Balogh  ;  Walter Biffl  ;  Ari Leppaniemi  ;  Kaoru Koike  ;  Raul Coimbra  ;  George Velmahos  ;  Mark Malangoni  ;  Ernest Moore  ;  Luca Ansaloni  ;  Fausto Catena  ;  Massimo Sartelli  ;  Kenneth Yuh Yen Kok  ;  Alain Chichom Mefire  ;  Jae Gil Lee  ;  Suk-Kyung Hong  ;  Helmut Alfredo Segovia Lohse  ;  Wagih Ghnnam  ;  Alfredo Verni  ;  Varut Lohsiriwat  ;  Boonying Siribumrungwong  ;  Alberto Tavares  ;  Gianluca Baiocchi  ;  Koray Das  ;  Julien Jarry  ;  Maurice Zida  ;  Norio Sato  ;  Kiyoshi Murata  ;  Tomohisa Shoko  ;  Takayuki Irahara  ;  Ahmed O Hamedelneel  ;  Noel Naidoo  ;  Abdul Rashid Kayode Adesunkanmi  ;  Yoshiro Kobe  ;  AK Attri  ;  Rajeev Sharma  ;  Federico Coccolini  ;  Tamer El Zalabany  ;  Khalid Al Khalifa  ;  Juan Sanjuan  ;  Rita Barnabé  ;  Wataru Ishii 
Citation
 World Journal of Emergency Surgery, Vol.8(1) : 1-1, 2013 
Journal Title
 World Journal of Emergency Surgery 
ISSN
 1749-7922 
Issue Date
2013
Abstract
Despite advances in diagnosis, surgery, and antimicrobial therapy, mortality rates associated with complicated intra-abdominal infections remain exceedingly high. The World Society of Emergency Surgery (WSES) has designed the CIAOW study in order to describe the clinical, microbiological, and management-related profiles of both community- and healthcare-acquired complicated intra-abdominal infections in a worldwide context. The CIAOW study (Complicated Intra-Abdominal infection Observational Worldwide Study) is a multicenter observational study currently underway in 57 medical institutions worldwide. The study includes patients undergoing surgery or interventional drainage to address complicated intra-abdominal infections. This preliminary report includes all data from almost the first two months of the six-month study period. Patients who met inclusion criteria with either community-acquired or healthcare-associated complicated intra-abdominal infections (IAIs) were included in the study. 702 patients with a mean age of 49.2 years (range 18-98) were enrolled in the study. 272 patients (38.7%) were women and 430 (62.3%) were men. Among these patients, 615 (87.6%) were affected by community-acquired IAIs while the remaining 87 (12.4%) suffered from healthcare-associated infections. Generalized peritonitis was observed in 304 patients (43.3%), whereas localized peritonitis or abscesses was registered in 398 (57.7%) patients.The overall mortality rate was 10.1% (71/702). The final results of the CIAOW Study will be published following the conclusion of the study period in March 2013.
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/86311
DOI
10.1186/1749-7922-8-1
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