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Table 1 Summary of articles reporting on no urinary catheterization in patients with thoracic surgery

From: No drains in thoracic surgery with ERAS program

AuthorYOPStudy PeriodStudy TypeTPNUCPUCPNUC GroupUC Group
OT (min)P-LOS (day)URUTIOT (min)P-LOS (day)URUTI
Lai [5]20192014–2017Retrospective: cohort study24956601835115474 (11.2%)38 (5.7%)1205136 (7.4%)153 (8.3%)
Peng [6]20172014–2015Retrospective: case series434022 ± 50 (0%)0 (0%)
Li [4]20172012–2014Retrospective: case series343442 ± 101 ± 10 (0%)0 (0%)
Yang [9]20162015–2016Retrospective: cohort study14874744.4 ± 1.06.1 ± 2.0
Qiu [10]20162015–2016Retrospective: cohort study148747496.7 ± 30.44.0 ± 1.15 (6.7%)1 (1.3%)107.2 ± 28.46.2 ± 1.07 (9.4%)3 (4.0%)
Xu [11]20162014–2015Prospective cohort study13365685.0 ± 1.63 (4.6%)6 (9.2%)6.5 ± 3.17 (10.2%)18 (26.4%)
Qiu [12]20152014.4–2014.12Prospective cohort study10050505.0 ± 1.52 (4.0%)6 (12.0%)5 (10.0%)18 (36.0%)
  1. YOP year of publication, TP total patients, NUCP non-urinary catheter patients, UCP urinary catheter patients, OT operative time, P-LOS postoperative length of stay, UR urinary retention, UTI urinary tract infection