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Table 1 Patient characteristics

From: Whole body protein kinetics during hypocaloric and normocaloric feeding in critically ill patients

Weight (kg) Diagnosis GCS, admission (score) Study day (in ICU) SOFA (study day) Survival Groupa EE (kcal/kg) TPN (kcal/kg) Protein (g/kg)
Individual patients
79 TBI 3 17 5 Y 100/50 24.9 18.8 0.9
95 SDH 12 4 9 N 50/100 23.5 23.5 1.1
86 SDH 12 4 12 Y 100/50 25.8 24.6 1.2
76 SDH 3 8 9 Y 50/100 22.4 18.4 0.9
85 TBI 6 3 10 Y 100/50 27.0 25.9 1.3
77 ICH 6 10 6 Y 50/100 23.0 19.1 0.9
61 SAH 11 17 7 Y 100/50 31.3 20.3 1.2
78 TBI 6 5 9 Y 50/100 24.1 24.1 1.2
90 SAH 5 5 9 N 100/50 20.6 17.0 0.8
64 SDH 5 5 10 Y 50/100 25.8 16.4 0.8
65 EDH 4 4 9 Y 100/50 26.4 26.4 1.3
87 SDH 3 3 3 Y 50/100 19.9 19.9 1.0
89 SDH 4 1 7 Y 50/100 28.8 28.8 1.4
95 TBI 3 5 9 Y 100/50 27.1 26.5 1.3
100 SDH 5 11 7 Y 50/100 25.7 22.5 1.1
85 SDH 8 1 9 Y 100/50 18.9 15.5 0.8
Full patient sample (n = 16), mean values (SD)
82.0 NA 6.0 6.4 8.1 NA NA 24.7 21.7 1.1
(11.5) NA (3.1) (5.0) (2.2) NA NA (3.3) (4.1) (0.2)
  1. aPercent measured energy expenditure (EE) during 24 hours/percent measured EE during the next consecutive 24 hours. TBI, traumatic brain injury; SDH, subdural hemorrhage; ICH, ischemic brain injury; SAH, subarachnoid hemorrhage; EDH, epidural hemorrhage; GCS, Glasgow coma scale; SOFA, sequential organ failure assessment score; EE, energy expenditure; TPN, total parenteral nutrition; Y, yes; N, no; NA, not applicable.