Forest plots of mortality for laparotomy vs. interventional radiology after delayed postpancreatectomy hemorrhage. Squares indicate the point estimate of the treatment effect (odds ratio), with 95% confidence intervals [CI] indicated by horizontal bars. The diamond represents the summary estimate from the pooled studies with 95% CI
The documented outcomes after the first-line
treatment2,11–13,21–23 are shown in Figs. 2 and 3.
On meta-analysis, there was a statistically significant difference
(P = 0.02) in favor of interventional radiology in term of
mortality after PPH (Fig. 3). .
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