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Table 2 Demographic and clinical data of the whole patient population

From: Temperature variability analysis using wavelets and multiscale entropy in patients with systemic inflammatory response syndrome, sepsis, and septic shock

Case Diagnosis T (mean) T (SD) SOFA
1 Intestinal ischemia-sepsis 36.27 0.26 11
2 Bacteremia-sepsis 37.55 0.21 9
3 VAP-sepsis 36.47 0.13 12
4 VAP-septic shock 37.17 0.27 16
5 VAP-sepsis 40.56 0.05 10
6 VAP-septic shock 38.25 0.28 18
7 Urosepsis 39.06 0.19 12
8 Hepatic cirrhosis-peritonitis 38.38 0.24 12
9 Polytrauma-SIRS 37.63 0.13 9
10 Pancreatitis-septic shock 38.48 0.18 17
11 Pancreatitis-sepsis 39.46 0.22 13
12 Colectomy-SISRS 38.11 0.38 10
13 Intestinal perforation-septic shock 38.58 0.3 17
14 VAP-septic shock 39.07 0.26 18
15 Colectomy-septic shock 39.22 0.19 13
16 Hepatectomy-sepsis 38.21 0.72 12
17 Abdominal surgery-SIRS 38.63 0.1 8
18 Polytrauma-SIRS 38.78 0.03 12
19 Abdominal surgery-SIRS 38.63 0.1 10
20 Bacteremia-sepsis 39.33 0.17 10
21 Urosepsis 37.23 0.31 12
22 Intestinal ischemia-septic shock 38.87 0.68 18
  1. The 22 patients are presented along with their diagnosis proven within 48 to 72 hours after recruitment in the study, mean value and standard deviation of 24-hour-recording temperature signals, and mean SOFA score of severity of illness during the same day of data extraction. T, temperature; SD, standard deviation; SOFA, sequential organ failure assessment score, during the day of temperature recording; SIRS, systemic inflammatory response syndrome; VAP, ventilator-associated pneumonia.