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Table 1 Subject characteristics and cholesterol values

From: Following severe injury, hypocholesterolemia improves with convalescence but persists with organ failure or onset of infection

     CPIs during SICU stay   Cholesterol (mg/dl)
Patient Age Male ISS (n) Survived Expected Mean ± SD
A 22 No 41 2 Yes 183 134 ± 33
B 33 Yes 42 3 Yes 201 100 ± 25
C 24 No 34 1 No 183 98 ± 12
D 35 Yes 27 2 No 201 187 ± 30
E 45 Yes 10 1 No 211 116 ± 35
F 37 No 16 5 Yes 189 116 ± 20
G 36 Yes 30 2 Yes 201 137 ± 19
H 33 Yes 43 4 Yes 201 93 ± 12
I 38 Yes 35 2 Yes 201 123 ± 19
J 58 Yes 38 4 Yes 216 191 ± 28
K 51 Yes 35 1 Yes 216 97 ± 5
L 61 No 34 1 Yes 235 102 ± 9
M 50 No 26 2 Yes 228 137 ± 15
N 45 Yes 25 2 Yes 211 155 ± 29
O 55 Yes 17 3 Yes 216 133 ± 19
P 40 Yes 19 2 Yes 211 166 ± 14
Q 21 No 36 1 Yes 183 120 ± 40
R 49 Yes 5 0 Yes 211 82 ± 06
S 25 Yes 36 2 Yes 180 195 ± 28
T 38 No 57 1 Yes 189 106 ± 17
U 67 Yes 14 1 Yes 217 118 ± 11
V 24 No 34 2 Yes 183 145 ± 12
W 38 Yes 42 1 Yes 201 192 ± 25
X 43 Yes 24 1 Yes 211 113 ± 27
Y 16 Yes 26 0 Yes 158 131 ± 53
Z 38 Yes 34 0 Yes 201 91 ± 9
AA 43 Yes 35 1 Yes 211 165 ± 39
BB 29 Yes 29 1 Yes 180 153 ± 35
  1. CPI, culture-positive infection; ISS, Injury Severity Score; SD, standard deviation; SICU, surgical intensive care unit.