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Table 1 Patients' characteristics

From: Endothelial progenitor cells (EPC) in sepsis with acute renal dysfunction (ARD)

Patient Mean CRP (mg/dl) SAPS II score Mean serum creatinine (mg/dl) Serum uric acid (mg/dl) Dialysis death
1 187 33 0.36 1.2 + -
2 108 34 0.54 na - -
3 168 32 0.6 4.6 - +
4 116 34 0.6 5.5 + +
5 217 44 0.6 4.5 + +
6 203 31 0.65 6.8 - +
7 319 45 0.69 5.3 + +
8 226 21 0.8 3.7 - -
9 209 45 0.8 3.3 + +
10 179 29 0.9 na - -
11 150 49 0.9 5.6 + +
12 248 27 1 4.1 - -
13 380 28 1.07 6 - -
14 66 48 1.1 7.1 + +
15 193 65 1.11 7.6 + +
16 186 24 1.25 10.3 + -
17 186 37 1.28 6.7 - -
18 173 25 1.32 11.9 - -
19 166 25 1.4 na - -
20 129 29 1.4 na - -
21 519 23 1.41 5.7 - -
22 199 48 1.43 4.4 + -
23 22 36 1.64 11.5 + -
24 127 45 1.7 7 + -
25 104 24 1.9 na - -
26 235 35 2.23 13.9 + +
27 92 42 2.3 na + -
28 75 43 2.5 na + +
29 411 50 2.77 7.2 + -
30 184 28 2.8 16.3 + -
31 419 24 2.97 8.2 - -
32 309 68 3 7.6 + +
33 169 52 3.2 na + +
34 328 34 3.41 8 + -
35 297 54 3.55 13.3 + -
36 110 25 3.63 11.3 + -
37 294 50 4.11 8.2 + +
38 31 45 4.71 9 - +
39 25 29 6.47 11 + -
40 70 24 6.68 7.4 + -
  1. Patients' characteristics: 12 patients were assigned to the 'normal creatinine group', whereas 28 were assigned to the 'high creatinine group'. There were no differences in age, SAPS II score, CRP, frequency of dialysis, or survival between the two groups. Patients within the 'high creatinine group' showed significantly higher mean serum levels of uric acid (CRP, C-reactive protein; SAPS II, simplified acute physiology score II; Data as mean ± SEM; na, not available).