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Table 2 Classification of surgery inpatients in four selected diagnoses groups, based on their diagnoses

From: Perioperative antibiotic prescribing in surgery departments of two private sector hospitals in Madhya Pradesh, India

Diagnosis groups (ICD-10 codes) TH, n = 2908 (100) NTH, n = 3076 (100)
n (%) [%] n (%) [%]
Upper urinary tract surgery indications (UUTSI) 284 (10) [100] 741(24) [100] a
 Kidney/ureter calculi (N20) 280 [99] 734 [99] a
 Other 4 [32] 7 [1]
Lower urinary tract surgery indications (LUTSI) 748 (26) [100] 824 (27) [100]
 Benign prostate hyperplasia (N40) 522 [70] 558 [68]
 Urethral/bladder calculi (N21) 89 [12] 142 [17] a
 Urethral stricture (N35) 85 [11] 66 [8]
 Prostate cancer (C61) 29 [4] 30 [4]
 Bladder cancer (C67) 10 [1] 10 [1]
 Urethral disease* (N36) 9 [1] 10 [1]
 Other 4 [< 1] 8 [< 1]
Routine abdominal surgery indications (RASI) 1394 (48) [100] a 748 (24) [100]
 Hernia (K40-K46) 965 [69] a 312 [42]
 Other gastric/duodenal disease (K31) 113 [8] 151 [20]
 Biliary calculi (K80) 73 [5] 110 [15]
 Anal fissure/fistula (K60) 103 [7] a 30 [4]
 Malignancy in GI-tract (C15-C26) 78 [6] 51 [7]
 Cholecystitis (K81) 30 [2] 43 [6]
 Anal abscess (K61) 10 [< 1] 28 [4]
 Other disease in anal region** (K62) 10 [< 1] 8 [1]
 Colon polyposis (K63.2) 9 [< 1] 5 [< 1]
 Other 3 [< 1] 10 [< 1]
Emergency abdominal surgery indications (EASI) 482 (17) [100] 763 (25) [100] a
 Appendicitis (K35-K37) 268 [56] 459 [60] a
 Intestinal obstruction (K56) 132 [27] 202 [27]
 Peritonitis (K56) 80 [17] 99 [13]
 Other 2 [< 1] 3 [< 1]
  1. Numbers of patients with percentages rounded off to the nearest whole number. Abbreviations: TH teaching hospital, ns p value value not significant, NTH non-teaching hospital
  2. *Urethral disease includes fistulas, diverticulosis, carbuncles, and prolepses of the urethra
  3. **Disease in the anal/rectal region includes polyps, stenosis, wounds, bleedings, and prolapses in the anal/rectal region
  4. a Significantly larger p-values