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Being able to predict the difficulty of a preoperatively can increase safety and improve results. However, a consensus must be reached regarding the definition of a cholecystectomy as "difficult". The aim of this study is to achieve a national expert consensus. Methods A Delphi study was conducted. Based on the literature, a history of biliary pathology, preoperative clinical, analytical, and radiological data, and intraoperative findings were selected and rated on a Likert scale. Inter-rater agreement was defined as "unanimous" when 100% of the participants gave an item the same the Likert scale rating; as "consensus" when ≥80% agreed; as "majority" when the agreement was ≥70%.

Clinical Trial Description

A Delphi study was conducted. Inter-rater agreement was defined as "unanimous" when 100% of the participants gave an item the same the Likert scale rating; as "consensus" when ≥80% agreed; as "majority" when the agreement was ≥70%. ;

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NCT number NCT05121181
Study type Observational
Source Hospital General Universitario de Alicante
Status Completed
Start date July 1, 2020
Completion date January 1, 2021

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