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Table 1 Patient's characteristics

From: The effect of different volumes and temperatures of saline on the bladder pressure measurement in critically ill patients

Patient Age (years) BMI (kg/m2) Sex SAPS II score SOFA PEEP (cmH2O) PaO2/FiO2 (mmHg) MAP (mmHg) Hourly urine output (ml/hour) Ramsay score Diagnosis Outcome
1 72 30.9 M 35 4 10 218 100 80 7 Sepsis D
2 83 26.3 M 48 8 10 285 67 100 5 Sepsis S
3 70 26.2 M 40 8 2 228 107 60 4 Sepsis S
4 72 26.0 M 32 8 6 208 100 60 5 Sepsis S
5 65 34.6 F 47 5 10 173 100 100 5 Sepsis S
6 55 20.2 F 36 7 13 230 68 100 6 Sepsis S
7 43 24.9 M 26 15 13 211 84 140 5 Sepsis S
8 87 27.8 M 41 3 17 280 100 80 7 Sepsis S
9 72 26.3 M 35 5 15 240 100 100 7 ALI post surgery S
10 77 16.4 M 43 12 15 170 100 80 7 ARDS D
11 56 19.6 M 27 2 8 288 100 200 6 Sepsis D
12 79 24.8 M 53 13 5 133 87 50 7 Sepsis D
13 74 27.8 M 46 9 5 195 80 110 7 Sepsis S
Total or mean ± SD 68 ± 13 25.5 ± 4.6 11 M/2 F 7.7 ± 3.8 9.5 ± 4.6 9.5 ± 4.6 225 ± 48 92 ± 13 96 ± 39 6 ± 1   4 D/9 S
  1. The Simplified Acute Physiology Score (SAPS) II was used to assess the severity of systemic illness at study entry. The Sepsis-Related Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) was used to assess the organ failure at the day of the study. ALI, acute lung injury; ARDS, acute respiratory distress syndrome; BMI, body mass index; D, dead; F, female; M, male; MAP, mean arterial pressure; PEEP, positive end-expiratory pressure; S, survived; SD, standard deviation.