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Figure 2 | Critical Care

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From: Protein C: a potential biomarker in severe sepsis and a possible tool for monitoring treatment with drotrecogin alfa (activated)

Figure 2

PC and d-dimer levels. Shown are the mean ± standard error (a) protein C (PC) and (b) d-dimer levels based on time of death. Raw values with no imputation were included. PROWESS (Recombinant Human Activated Protein C Worldwide Evaluation in Severe Sepsis) drotrecogin alfa (activated; DrotAA) patients with baseline measures were classified according to timing of death (n = PC/d-dimer): death ≤ 5 days after start of infusion (n = 79/86); death after 6 to 15 days (n = 81/84); and survival to day 28 and hospital discharge (n = 544/577). The PC data were reported by Vangerow and coworkers [42] and comparable PC data for PROWESS placebo patients were reported by Macias and Nelson [22].

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