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Table 3 Correlations between BWT or bronchoscopic scoring and clinical indices

From: Chest computed tomography performed on admission helps predict the severity of smoke-inhalation injury

  Admission BWT Bronchoscopic scoring
  R2 Regression coefficient P R2 Regression coefficient P
Duration SII and CT 0.003 1.45 0.75 0.007 92.28 0.63
P/F ratio 0.031 -21.70 0.35 0.033 454.80 0.03
Infusion volume, 24 hours 0.081 952 0.09 0.005 6,040 0.67
Balance, first 24 hours 0.055 822 0.18 0.02 4,552 0.42
% TBSA 0.315 -3.91 0.19 0.255 5.95 0.25
Development of pneumonia 0.407 0.25 <0.0001 0.05 0.25 0.18
Ventilation days 0.561 3.26 <0.0001 0.08 1.68 0.16
ICU-stay days 0.172 2.64 0.01 0.01 5.52 0.48
Hospital days 0.097 4.20 0.06 0.013 14.10 0.51
Outcome 0.071 -0.07 0.11 0.006 0.86 0.65
  1. BWT, bronchial-wall thickness; CT, computed tomography; ICU, intensive care unit; % TBSA, % total burn surface area; SII, smoke-inhalation injury.