Discussion of an interesting and controversial topic, but many questions remain and will likely be the focus of upcoming research.
Appendectomy remains a very safe option in the appropriate patient, and with laparoscopic appendectomy, recovery is rapid - which is not necessarily true of antibiotic therapy.
This was routine in the pediatric surgical realm when I was training, and I have to say, just seemed wrought with complications and delays.
The main focus here seems to ... be proving safety in waiting until morning or next day to do the surgery, which at best prolongs the hospital course, but is more convenient for some surgeons. Trying to find excuses to not get up at night and treat the most common surgical emergency. Still curious to see where the future data lies. Not sure this is where I'd focus my energy. I anticipate much more to come on this topic. wedding wears for mature women over 40/50