A Meta-Analysis on the Effect of Introducing Novel Information Technology for Preventing Complications After Esophageal Resection
Seong-Ran Lee

Seong-Ran Lee, Department of Medical Information, Kongju National University, Gongju-Si, South Korea, East Asian.

Manuscript received on 10 June 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 17 June 2019 | Manuscript Published on 22 June 2019 | PP: 824-827 | Volume-8 Issue-8S2 June 2019 | Retrieval Number: H11380688S219/19©BEIESP

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Abstract: There are many complications depending on the operation. Therefore, the data measured a meta-analysis on the effect of introducing novel information technology for preventing complications after esophageal resection. The respondents are classified into two groups. Basic questions of respondents were observed in X²-test. Questions about the causes of esophageal cancer in respondents were investigated by X2 -test. The symptoms of esophageal cancer were conducted with a X²-test. Physical symptoms and system effect over time have been analyzed by t-test. The t-test tested significance for new information effects introduction to prevent complications after esophageal resection. The findings obtained are as follows. 1) In the case of family history, 46.0% of case population with family history was significantly higher than 17.5% of comparative population with family history(X2 =2.78. p<.05). 2) If BMl is 25kg/m2 or higher, 54.0% of the cases was higher than 47.6% of the controls. 3) 73.0% of case population who frequently drank hot tea was significantly higher than 46.0% of the comparative population(X2 =6.95, p<.05). 4) 68.3% of case population who frequently ate fatty foods was significantly higher than 41.3% of the comparative population(X2 =3.61, p<.05). 5) In cases where food was often difficult to swallow, 77.8% of case population was significantly higher than 15.9% of comparative population(t=-3.27, p<.05). 6) ln patients’ physical condition, heartburn had decreased since 16 days due to mediation of the information system. However, it started to increase again after 36 days. 7) About the effectiveness of the system, after 10 days, the system was steadily increasing in application. Thus, it has been confirmed that the introduction of a new information system is effective in preventing complications after esophagectomy.

Keywords: Complications, Esophageal Resection, Hot Tea, Heartburn.
Scope of the Article: Analysis of Algorithms and Computational Complexity