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A nationwide study of clinical variation in the management and outcomes of symptomatic common bile duct stones

Authors:

Northern Ireland Surgical Research Collaborative ,

Aideen Campbell

Abstract

Aim: To identify current practice in management of common bile duct (CBD) stones across the UK and compare clinical outcomes.

Patients: All patients undergoing attempted CBD clearance.

Intervention/Comparator: Comparing various methods of CBD stone clearance:

  • open CBD exploration
  • laparoscopic CBD exploration
  • ERCP in isolation or combined with cholecystectomy.

Outcomes: Primary:

  • Method of attempted CBD clearance
  • Success of CBD clearance

Study Design: Population based crosssectional prospective audit over twomonth period completed by UKwide traineeled research collaborative network. Audit standards are taken from the Joint Advisory Group, Royal College of Surgeons and National Institute for Health and Care Excellence guidelines to evaluate clinical outcomes.

How to Cite: Research Collaborative NIS, Campbell A. A nationwide study of clinical variation in the management and outcomes of symptomatic common bile duct stones. International Journal of Surgery: Protocols. 2019;15:14. DOI: http://doi.org/10.29337/j.isjp.2019.03.010
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Published on 17 Jun 2019.
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