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Table 1 Demographic details and admission diagnoses of critically ill patients

From: Fasting and nutrient-stimulated plasma peptide-YY levels are elevated in critical illness and associated with feed intolerance: an observational, controlled study

Patient Age (years) BMI (kg/m2) Days in ICU Admission APACHE II Feed-tolerant Renal function Inotrope support IV propofol (mg/24 hours) IV lipid associated with propofol (g/24 hours) Nutrient load Admission diagnosis
1 36 27 3 26 No Normal No 1,200 12.0 1 kcal/minute Head injury
2 69 31 3 23 Yes Normal No 2,400 24.0 1 kcal/minute Meningitis
3 27 20 10 18 No Normal No 6,000 60.0 1 kcal/minute Head injury
4 66 33 5 26 No Impaired No 1,200 12.0 1 kcal/minute Pancreatitis
5 23 25 5 21 No Normal Nor A 720 7.2 1 kcal/minute Multi-trauma
6 59 19 13 30 Yes Normal Nor A 4,800 48.0 1 kcal/minute Sepsis
7 57 35 7 37 No Impaired A 1,200 12.0 1 kcal/minute Sepsis
8 23 26 10 25 Yes Normal No 1,680 16.8 1 kcal/minute Burn injury
9 72 29 6 21 Yes Impaired Nor A 1,200 12.0 1 kcal/minute Sepsis
10 53 29 3 27 No Impaired Nor A 4,800 48.0 2 kcal/minute Sepsis
11 41 41 9 18 No Normal No 1,200 12.0 2 kcal/minute Sepsis
12 74 35 5 27 Yes Impaired A 1,440 14.4 2 kcal/minute Cardiac failure
13 27 26 2 26 No Normal Nor A 480 4.8 2 kcal/minute Pancreatitis
14 47 27 8 19 Yes Normal No 6,000 60.0 2 kcal/minute Multi-trauma
15 66 34 4 28 No Impaired No 1,200 12.0 2 kcal/minute Cardiac failure
16 55 29 9 30 Yes Normal No 480 4.8 2 kcal/minute SDH
17 36 27 11 29 No Normal No 960 9.6 2 kcal/minute Multi-trauma
18 55 21 7 22 Yes Normal No 3,120 31.2 2 kcal/minute Multi-trauma
19 59 20 6 29 Yes Normal Nor A 720 7.2 2 kcal/minute Sepsis
  1. A, adrenaline; APACHE, acute physiology and chronic health evaluation; BMI, body mass index; ICU, intensive care unit; IV, intravenous; Nor A, noradrenaline; SDH, subdural haemorrhage.