Stents for Esophageal Anastomotic Leak


Author, year (ref)

Stent for anastomotic leak n = patients

Type of stent

Notes

Heal success n = patients (%)

Mortality n = patients (%)

Babor et al. (2009) [1]

4

cSEMS
 
4 (100)

0

Blackmon et al. (2009) [2]

3

cSEMS
 
2 (67)

1 (33)

Bona et al. (2010) [3]

3

cSEMS
 
2 (67)

0

Brangewitz et al. (2013) [4]

39

cSEMS or SEPS
 
21 (54)

11 (28)

Cerna et al. (2011) [5]

4

BD
 
4 (100)

0

Dai et al. (2011) [6]

33

fcSEPS
 
30 (91)

3 (9)

David et al. (2011) [7]

5

cSEMS
 
4 (80)

1 (20)

D’Cuhna et al. (2011) [8]

22

cSEMS or SEPS

1 LVEH

13 (59)

4 (18)

Eloubeidi et al. (2009) [9]

2

fcSEMS
 
2 (100)

0

Evrard et al. (2004) [10]

4

SEPS
 
4 (100)

0

Feith et al. (2011) [11]

115

fcSEMS
 
81 (70)

10 (9)

Fernandez et al. (2010) [12]

4

SEPS
 
3 (75)

1 (25)

Freeman et al. (2011) [13]

17

SEPS and cSEMS
 
16 (94)

0

Gelbmann et al. (2004) [14]

5

SEPS

1 MLW

3 (60)

2 (40)

Gubler et al. (2013) [15]

2

SEMS
 
2 (100)

0

Han et al. (2006) [16]

8

cSEMS

1 LVEH

6 (75)

2 (25)

Hirdes et al. (2011) [17]

2

pcSEMS

2 MLW

1 (50)

0

Hunerbein et al. (2004) [18]

9

SEPS
 
9 (100)

0

Jiang et al. (2011) [19]

2

cSEMS

2 LVEH, 2 MLW

0 (0)

2 (100)

Johnsson et al. (2005) [20]

2

cSEMS
 
1 (50)

1 (50)

Kauer et al. (2008) [21]

10

cSEMS
 
7 (70)

2 (20)

Keeling et al. (2010) [22]

3

cSEMS
 
3 (100)

0

Kim et al. (20080 [23]

4

MSBT

1 LVEH

4 (100)

0

Kotzampassakis et al. (2009) [24]

3

Not reported
 
3 (100)

0

Langeret al. (2005) [25]

24

SEPS

2 MLW

16 (67)

3 (13)

Lee et al. (2010) [26]

7

pcSEMS
 
4 (57)

0

Leenders et al. (2013) [27]

15

SEMS- mix
 
11(73)

5 (33)

Leers et al. (2009) [28]

15

cSEMS
 
13 (87)

1 (7)

Lindenmann et al. (2008) [29]

6

cSEMS
 
6 (100)

0

Pennathur et al. (2008) [30]

5

SEPS

1 LVEH

2 (40)

nr

Salminen et al. (2009) [31]

2

SEMS
 
2 (100)

1 (50)

Schniewind et al. (2013) [32]

12

SEMS and SEPS
 
2 (17)

10 (83)

Schubert et al. (2005) [33]

12

SEPS
 
11 (92)

0

Schweigert et al. (2011) [34]

17

cSEMS

3 LVEH

13 (76)

4 (24)

Tuebergen et al. (2008) [35]

19

cSEMS
 
14 (74)

1 (5)

Zsis et al. (2008) [36]

9

cSEMS
 
7 (78)

2 (22)

Total

448
 
9 LVEH, 7 MLW

326 (73 %)

67 (15 %)


Abbreviations: cSEMS covered self-expanding metal stent, pcSEMS partially covered self-expanding metal stent, fcSEMS fully covered self-expanding metal stent, bd biodegradable stent, SEPS self-expanding plastic stent, MSBT Montgomery salivary bypass tube+, LVEH large vessel erosion hemorrhage, MLW made the leak worseHeal success means that the stent is reported to heal the leak and not just seal with radiograph. The seal rate will always be higher than the actual heal rate

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