Bacteremia in Patients with Acute Cholecystitis


This retrospective review will study whether the presence of bacteremia in patients undergoing emergent surgery for acute cholecystitis affects clinical outcomes, including in-hospital complications, hospital length of stay, duration of antibiotics, and mortality. Results from this study could inform future management of acute cholecystitis patients at Essentia Health-St. Mary’s Medical Center. 

Dr. Sharon Moran is the Principal Investigator. Dr. Kristin Colling and Melissa Harry, PhD, are Co-Investigators. 

Principal Investigator(s)
Dr. Sharon Moran, MD

Research Study Categories

  • Adult Studies


  • Trauma
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