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Table 1 Patients characteristics and comorbidities

From: Maxillofacial free flap surgery outcomes in critical care: a single-center investigation looking for clues to improvement

Variables

Value

Age (years) (n = 118)

59.5 ± 15.9

Sex (n = 118)

 

 Male

72 (61.0)

 Female

46 (39.0)

BMI (kg m−2) (n = 114)

23.9 ± 4.4

 < 18.5

9 (7.9)

 ≥ 30

11 (9.7)

Hypertension (n = 117)

49 (41.9)

Dyslipidemia (n = 117)

23 (19.7)

Diabetes (n = 117)

10 (8.6)

Addictions

 

 Active smoking (n = 118)

41 (34.8)

 Smoking history (n = 118)

77 (65.3)

 Alcohol (n = 117)

61 (52.1)

 Cannabis (n = 115)

10 (8.7)

Cardiovascular disease (n = 118)

30 (25.4)

 Heart disease

19 (16.1)

 Occlusive peripheral arterial disease

7 (5.9)

 Carotid occlusive disease

11 (9.3)

COPD (n = 118)

18 (15.3)

Chronic renal failure (n = 118)

9 (7.6)

Liver disease (n = 118)

7 (5.9)

Stroke (n = 118)

4 (3.4)

Charlson Comorbidity Index (n = 117)

4.1 ± 2.1

ASA classification (n = 118)

 

 I

15 (12.7)

 II

75 (63.6)

 III

28 (23.7)

  1. Categorical variables are presented as n (%) and continuous variables as mean ± SD
  2. Due to missing data, the number of patients included is presented as (n =) after each variable
  3. ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists, BMI body mass index, COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease