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Table 2 Patient characteristics per patient

From: Erratum to: Extravascular lung water index measurement in critically ill children does not correlate with a chest x-ray score of pulmonary edema

Patient
number
Gender Age
(months)
Weight
(kg)
Diagnosis Length of PICU
stay (days)
Ventilator
days
Probability of death PRISM II
%
Probability
of death PIM %
Outcome
1 F 24 14.0 Near Drowning 19 17 85 60 survived
2 F 83 18.0 Reconstruction of pulmonary artery 18 16 7 6 survived
3 F 23 14.0 Abdominal surgery 5 3 78 17 survived
4 F 9 8.5 RSV 16 15 4 11 survived
5 F 31 16.0 Meningococcal disease 6 5 22 19 survived
6 F 2 4.8 Arterial switch operation 13 10 39 3 survived
7 F 5 7.1 Tetrology of Fallot repair 16 14 18 3 survived
8 F 8 6.5 Reconstruction of pulmonary artery 2 1 2 1 survived
9 M 4 4.4 VSD repair 13 5 26 1 survived
10 M 36 15.0 Meningococcal disease 5 4 8 7 survived
11 M 6 9.0 Meningococcal disease 5 4 9 8 survived
12 F 14 10.0 Meningococcal disease 4 3 28 9 survived
13 M 7 9.0 Inborn error of metabolism 12 5 88 3 survived
14 F 4 5.4 Post cardiac surgery 3 20 29 5 survived
15 M 17 12.0 Meningococcal disease 13 9 37 53 survived
16 M 24 13.0 Cardiac shock 20 9 31 28 survived
17 M 8 9.0 Pneumonia 20 15 5 4 survived
18 F 8 8.4 Status epilepticus 8 4 2 7 survived
19 F 28 10.0 Post CPR 4 3 70 46 survived
20 M 27 16.0 Meningococcal disease 6 5 61 63 survived
21 F 7 8.0 Shock/coma 12 7 54 24 survived
22 M 43 16.0 Septic shock 4 4 86 63 died
23 F 33 12.0 Septic shock 5 3 3 23 survived
24 M 32 15.2 Post CPR 18 16 40 2 died
  1. F, female; M, male.