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0 TIAB Global Survey on Pancreatic Surgery During the COVID-19 Pandemic Objective: The aim of this study wa 3 1788 17 show
1 Body The World Health Organization (WHO) declared a pandemic of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) (SARS-CoV- 3 1392 24 show
2 METHODS Survey An online survey was designed and submitted to all members of 7 international pancreatic asso 3 1760 10 show
3 METHODS Definitions Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma, bile duct cancer, duodenal and ampullary adenocarcinom 3 495 5 show
4 METHODS Statistical Analysis Variables were processed and analyzed using IBM SPSS Statistics for Microsoft W 3 600 1 show
5 RESULTS Participants A total of 337 respondents from 267 centers and 37 countries spanning 5 continents comp 3 505 1 show
6 RESULTS Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic During the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, 67.8% (n = 181) of centers pri 3 680 6 show
7 RESULTS Statements Consensus was reached on 13 from the 21 statements (62%) and moderate agreement was achie 3 222 0 show
8 RESULTS Sensitivity Analyses The statement outcomes barely changed after excluding the nonacademic centers, 3 1504 9 show
9 DISCUSSION This global survey study aimed to clarify the role of pancreatic surgery during the COVID-19 pandemi 3 2205 18 show
10 DISCUSSION Triage Patients with increased risk for postoperative respiratory failure should not be prioritized 3 1664 15 show
11 DISCUSSION Screening and Protection for COVID-19 Before pancreatic surgery, most centers represented in this su 3 1402 19 show
12 DISCUSSION Pancreatic Cancer According to the consensus statements for patients with pancreatic cancer, each pa 3 1982 29 show
13 DISCUSSION Periampullary Malignancies (Without Pancreatic Cancer) Statement 8 proposed to manage distal bile du 3 947 11 show
14 DISCUSSION Benign or Premalignant Pancreatic Diseases Consensus was reached to postpone surgery for benign and 3 455 8 show
15 DISCUSSION High-Volume Care Volume–outcome relationships in pancreatic surgery are well established with shorte 3 510 3 show
16 DISCUSSION Minimally Invasive Surgery Statement 21 demonstrated the limited evidence regarding the safety of mi 3 1069 3 show
17 DISCUSSION Strengths and Limitations The strength of this survey is the global range of respondents, representi 3 622 3 show
18 CONCLUSIONS In summary, this survey reached consensus on the majority of statements for the role of pancreatic s 3 613 9 show
19 Acknowledgment The authors thank all participating members and the leadership of the Pancreas Club, European Pancre 3 438 5 show
20 Caption-FIGURE 1 Number of responses per country. 3 32 0 show
21 Caption-TABLE 1 Characteristics of Respondents 3 30 0 show
22 Caption-TABLE 2 Preoperative Screening for COVID-19 3 35 1 show
23 Caption-TABLE 3 Statement Outcomes—Consensus 3 28 0 show
24 Caption-TABLE 4 Statement Outcomes—Moderate Agreement 3 37 0 show
25 Caption-TABLE 5 Statement Outcomes——Low Agreement 3 33 0 show