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Table 1 Clinical Characteristics (N = 112)

From: Prevalence and risk factor of post-operative lower extremities deep vein thrombosis in patients undergoing gynecologic surgery: a single-institute cross-sectional study

  N (%)
Mean age (years) 51.11 + 11.80
Mean BMI (Kg/m2) 23.77 + 3.77
Mean operative time (minutes) 159.13 + 68.29
Mean hospital length (days) 7.7 + 3.2
Single 24 (21.4)
Married 87 (77.7)
Divorce 1 (0.9)
Nulliparity 34 (30.4)
Underlying disease * 46 (41.1)
Hormone usage 16 (14.3)
Current OCP usage 5
Previous OCP usage 8
Previous hormonal therapy usage 3
Chemotherapy 15 (12.8)
Neoadjuvant setting 7
Previous chemotherapy 8
Previous radiation 4 (3.6)
Diagnosis
 Benign 68 (60.71)
 Myoma 37
 Adenomyosis 11
 endometriosis 8
 Ovarian tumor 7
 Other 5
 Malignancy 44 (39.28)
 CA ovary 6
 CA cervix 12
 CA endometrium 12
 CA vulva 1
 CA fallopian tube 7
 Uterine sarcoma 2
 Ovarian metastasis 4
Operation
 TAH 1 (0.9)
 TAH and adnexal surgery 50 (44.6)
 TAH and adnexal surgery and other 16 (14.3)
 TAH and bowel surgery 3 (2.7)
 Adnexal surgery 5 (4.5)
 Surgical staging 23 (20.5)
 RHPL 10 (8.9)
 Myomectomy 2 (1.8)
 Vulva surgery 2 (1.8)
 Perioperative blood transfusion 22 (19.6)
 1 unit 6 (5.4)
 2 unit 11 (9.8)
 3 unit 1 (0.9)
 4–8 unit 4 (3.6)
  1. *Underlying disease: Diabetes Mellitus [8], hypertension (40), dyslipidemia (32), chronic kidney disease [2], IgA nephropathy [1], cirrhosis [1], SLE [2], systemic sclerosis [3], myelodysplastic syndrome [1], stroke [1], coronary artery disease [1]
  2. BMI = body mass index, OCP = oral contraceptive pill, TAH = total abdominal hysterectomy, RHPL = radical hysterectomy and pelvic lymphadenectomy