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Table 2 Hemodynamic parameters at discharge from the ICU

From: Global end-diastolic volume acquired by transpulmonary thermodilution depends on age and gender in awake and spontaneously breathing patients

  all patients male female  
  mean (SD) n mean (SD) n mean (SD) n P value
APsys [mmHg] 139 (20) 98 141 (20) 39 138 (21) 59 0.559
APmean [mmHg] 94 (15) 98 96 (16) 39 93 (14) 59 0.324
APdia [mmHg] 66 (13) 98 68 (14) 39 65 (13) 59 0.141
HR [1/min] 77 (13) 98 74 (14) 39 79 (13) 59 0.074
CO [l/min] 7.16 (1.38) 101 7.55 (1.51) 41 6.78 (1.2) 60 0.004
CI [l/min/m 2 ] 3.81 (0.63) 101 3.93 (0.6) 41 3.82 (0.6) 60 0.890
MTt [seconds] 18.5 (0.91) 101 19.5 (0.94) 41 17.9 (0.89) 60 0.05
DSt [seconds] 7.37 (0.63) 101 7.38 (0.63) 41 7.36 (0.71) 60 0.3
GEDV [ml] 1307 (310) 101 1509 (296) 41 1167 (235) 60 < 0.001
GEDVI [ml/m 2 ] 693 (137) 101 750 (130) 41 653 (128) 60 < 0.001
ITBV [ml] 1634 (338) 101 1887 (370) 41 1459 (239) 60 < 0.001
ITBVI [ml/m 2 ] 866 (171) 101 938(162) 41 816 (160) 60 < 0.001
EVLW [ml] 526 (164) 101 533 (97) 41 526 (200) 60 0.80
EVLWI [ml/kg] 8.5 (3.0) 101 7.4 (1.2) 41 9.3 (3.6) 60 < 0.001
SVR [dyn*s*cm -5 ] 1072 (517) 98 1035 (485) 39 1097 (539) 59 0.317
SVRI [dyn*s*cm -5 m -2 ] 2001 (921) 98 2054 (829) 39 1965 (983) 59 0.374
fluid balance [ml] 1743 (1431) 100 1664 (1442) 41 1798 (1447) 59 0.911
  1. Apdia = diastolic arterial pressure; APmean = mean arterial pressure; APsys = systolic arterial pressure; CI = cardiac index; CO = cardiac output; DSt = downslope time; EVLW = extravascular lung water; EVLWI = extravascular lung water index; GEDV = global end-diastolic volume; GEDVI = global end-diastolic volume index; HR = heart rate; ICU = intensive care unit; ITBV = intrathoracic volume; ITBVI = intrathoracic volume index; MTt = mean transit time; n = number of patients; SD = standard deviation; SVR = systemic vessel resistance; SVRI = systemic vessel resistance index.