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for you to that so so you group will make the five percent of the
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patients were grouped together uh as a being below seventy uh years of age
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uh he's the mortality rate stable among all of the species or
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use your increased uh when printing towards uh uh each yours
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sorry can you get a question so is the mortality table
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for patients below serve but below eighty years of age
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yeah of course at the beginning we also decided says check what happens in this that a group
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it is seventeen seventy nine there is of course also the difference when you compare with the under once that it was actually
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uh not so relevant that's why we decided to just focus on elderly over eighty
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programs or not significant
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sorry relevance or not significant doesn't need to get it was because we have so much patience
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but i think it's not so relevant that's why we decide during the beta everywhere
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but i have a question down here on the right side yes
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thank you for your data and maybe i missed it
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for which time frame is that data to doesn't five to doesn't fifteen still eleven years thank you
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that's just one quick question anything if you look at
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your directed electives acting mortality during the opportunities
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zero point two three percent and in the emergency setting it's like twenty full value
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you think that in these patients we should to elective surgery even in uh something about the patients
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if you see that it wants to the emergency sitting there for twenty four to your mortality
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yeah that is why i mean i think we should have more information about what happened to the patients that
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i ended up telling the surgeon i don't have that much think is this doesn't bother me that much the surgeon also said okay
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then maybe it's better to wait and not operating right now and
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probably this patient ended up dying from any other complication
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add doesn't fall on our database l. n. eight i think we need more more safety more
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data to to be able to answer this question with more safety for the patient
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okay for some show come and i think it's a very important uh the study that needs to be complete
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uh one question that should be we use these the patients that have been up or you don't need emergency
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have they been seen before and i'm down for elective surgery
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and what was the reason for this population in week
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easy to different population than the others that went through
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initially right away the elective surgery especially for the
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uh uh two generations and older generations peasants very
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important not to turn down those patients
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exactly i think that is also also something that we cannot answer for sure what happened there
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because they get lots and actually i didn't find any studies that focus on based only on that outpatient
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consultations and i just for the diagnosis of a hernia what was the decision based on what
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it's an open doors for other investigations

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