Objective: To establish global benchmark outcomes indicators after laparoscopic liver resections (L-LR). Background: There is limited published data to date on the best achievable outcomes after L-LR. Methods: This is a post hoc analysis of a multicenter database of 11,983 patients undergoing L-LR in 45 international centers in 4 continents between 2015 and 2020. Three specific procedures: left lateral sectionectomy (LLS), left hepatectomy (LH), and right hepatectomy (RH) were selected to represent the 3 difficulty levels of L-LR. Fifteen outcome indicators were selected to establish benchmark cutoffs. Results: There were 3519 L-LR (LLS, LH, RH) of which 1258 L-LR (40.6%) cases performed in 34 benchmark expert centers qualified as low-risk benchmark cases. These included 659 LLS (52.4%), 306 LH (24.3%), and 293 RH (23.3%). The benchmark outcomes established for operation time, open conversion rate, blood loss ≥500 mL, blood transfusion rate, postoperative morbidity, major morbidity, and 90-day mortality after LLS, LH, and RH were 209.5, 302, and 426 minutes; 2.1%, 13.4%, and 13.0%; 3.2%, 20%, and 47.1%; 0%, 7.1%, and 10.5%; 11.1%, 20%, and 50%; 0%, 7.1%, and 20%; and 0%, 0%, and 0%, respectively. Conclusions: This study established the first global benchmark outcomes for L-LR in a large-scale international patient cohort. It provides an up-to-date reference regarding the "best achievable" results for L-LR for which centers adopting L-LR can use as a comparison to enable an objective assessment of performance gaps and learning curves.

Goh, B. K. P., Han, H. -., Chen, K. -., Chua, D. W., Chan, C. -., Cipriani, F., Aghayan, D. L., Fretland, A. A., Sijberden, J., D'Silva, M., Siow, T. F., Kato, Y., Lim, C., Nghia, P. P., Herman, P., Marino, M. V., Mazzaferro, V., Chiow, A. K. H., Sucandy, I., Ivanecz, A., Choi, S. H., Lee, J. H., Gastaca, M., Vivarelli, M., Giuliante, F., Ruzzenente, A., Yong, C. -., Yin, M., Chen, Z., Fondevila, C., Efanov, M., Rotellar, F., Choi, G. -., Campos, R. R., Wang, X., Sutcliffe, R. P., Pratschke, J., Lai, E., Chong, C. C., D'Hondt, M., Monden, K., Lopez-Ben, S., Coelho, F. F., Kingham, T. P., Liu, R., Long, T. C. D., Ferrero, A., Sandri, G. B. L., Saleh, M., Cherqui, D., Scatton, O., Soubrane, O., Wakabayashi, G., Troisi, R. I., Cheung, T. -., Sugioka, A., Hilal, M. A., Fuks, D., Edwin, B., Aldrighetti, L., Syn, N., Prieto, M., Schotte, H., De Meyere, C., Krenzien, F., Schmelzle, M., Lee, K. -., Salimgereeva, D., Alikhanov, R., Lee, L. -., Jang, J. Y., Kojima, M., Ghotbi, J., Kruger, J. A. P., Lopez-Lopez, V., Valle, B. D., Casellas I Robert, M., Mishima, K., Montalti, R., Giglio, M., Mazzotta, A., Lee, B., Wang, H. -., Pascual, F., Kadam, P., Tang, C. -., Yu, S., Ardito, F., Vani, S., Giustizieri, U., Citterio, D., Mocchegiani, F., Ettorre, G. M., Colasanti, M., Guzman, Y., Defining Global Benchmarks for Laparoscopic Liver Resections: An International Multicenter Study, <<ANNALS OF SURGERY>>, 2023; 277 (4): 839-848. [doi:10.1097/SLA.0000000000005530] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/231552]

Defining Global Benchmarks for Laparoscopic Liver Resections: An International Multicenter Study

Giuliante, Felice;Ardito, Francesco;
2023

Abstract

Objective: To establish global benchmark outcomes indicators after laparoscopic liver resections (L-LR). Background: There is limited published data to date on the best achievable outcomes after L-LR. Methods: This is a post hoc analysis of a multicenter database of 11,983 patients undergoing L-LR in 45 international centers in 4 continents between 2015 and 2020. Three specific procedures: left lateral sectionectomy (LLS), left hepatectomy (LH), and right hepatectomy (RH) were selected to represent the 3 difficulty levels of L-LR. Fifteen outcome indicators were selected to establish benchmark cutoffs. Results: There were 3519 L-LR (LLS, LH, RH) of which 1258 L-LR (40.6%) cases performed in 34 benchmark expert centers qualified as low-risk benchmark cases. These included 659 LLS (52.4%), 306 LH (24.3%), and 293 RH (23.3%). The benchmark outcomes established for operation time, open conversion rate, blood loss ≥500 mL, blood transfusion rate, postoperative morbidity, major morbidity, and 90-day mortality after LLS, LH, and RH were 209.5, 302, and 426 minutes; 2.1%, 13.4%, and 13.0%; 3.2%, 20%, and 47.1%; 0%, 7.1%, and 10.5%; 11.1%, 20%, and 50%; 0%, 7.1%, and 20%; and 0%, 0%, and 0%, respectively. Conclusions: This study established the first global benchmark outcomes for L-LR in a large-scale international patient cohort. It provides an up-to-date reference regarding the "best achievable" results for L-LR for which centers adopting L-LR can use as a comparison to enable an objective assessment of performance gaps and learning curves.
2023
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Goh, B. K. P., Han, H. -., Chen, K. -., Chua, D. W., Chan, C. -., Cipriani, F., Aghayan, D. L., Fretland, A. A., Sijberden, J., D'Silva, M., Siow, T. F., Kato, Y., Lim, C., Nghia, P. P., Herman, P., Marino, M. V., Mazzaferro, V., Chiow, A. K. H., Sucandy, I., Ivanecz, A., Choi, S. H., Lee, J. H., Gastaca, M., Vivarelli, M., Giuliante, F., Ruzzenente, A., Yong, C. -., Yin, M., Chen, Z., Fondevila, C., Efanov, M., Rotellar, F., Choi, G. -., Campos, R. R., Wang, X., Sutcliffe, R. P., Pratschke, J., Lai, E., Chong, C. C., D'Hondt, M., Monden, K., Lopez-Ben, S., Coelho, F. F., Kingham, T. P., Liu, R., Long, T. C. D., Ferrero, A., Sandri, G. B. L., Saleh, M., Cherqui, D., Scatton, O., Soubrane, O., Wakabayashi, G., Troisi, R. I., Cheung, T. -., Sugioka, A., Hilal, M. A., Fuks, D., Edwin, B., Aldrighetti, L., Syn, N., Prieto, M., Schotte, H., De Meyere, C., Krenzien, F., Schmelzle, M., Lee, K. -., Salimgereeva, D., Alikhanov, R., Lee, L. -., Jang, J. Y., Kojima, M., Ghotbi, J., Kruger, J. A. P., Lopez-Lopez, V., Valle, B. D., Casellas I Robert, M., Mishima, K., Montalti, R., Giglio, M., Mazzotta, A., Lee, B., Wang, H. -., Pascual, F., Kadam, P., Tang, C. -., Yu, S., Ardito, F., Vani, S., Giustizieri, U., Citterio, D., Mocchegiani, F., Ettorre, G. M., Colasanti, M., Guzman, Y., Defining Global Benchmarks for Laparoscopic Liver Resections: An International Multicenter Study, <<ANNALS OF SURGERY>>, 2023; 277 (4): 839-848. [doi:10.1097/SLA.0000000000005530] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/231552]
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