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Risk Prediction Model of 90-Day Mortality After Esophagectomy for Cancer
Data from the Esodata project used more than 8,000 patients undergoing esophagectomy for cancer to develop a risk prediction score for 90-day mortality. Development and validation groups were used. There were 10 variables that emerged as significant predictors, and weighted values were developed into the model. The model identified 5 risk levels for 90-day mortality, which may help in patient selection and in informed discussions.