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Table 3 Characteristics of patients with over 80% risk of death within one year according to the admission model

From: Predicting one-year mortality of critically ill patients with early acute kidney injury: data from the prospective multicenter FINNAKI study

  ADM model (n = 29)
Age (median, IQR) 72 (67-81)
Dependence of assistance in premorbid functional performance preceding the acute illness 12 (41.4%)
Admission type according to SAPS II  
 Unscheduled surgical 1 (3.4)
 Medical 28 (96.6)
Arteriosclerosis 11 (37.9)
Systolic heart failure 11 (37.9)
Chronic liver failure 8 (27.6)
Diabetes mellitus 4 (13.8)
Malignancy 15 (51.7)
Immunosuppression 10 (34.5)
Hypotension prior to ICU admissiona 21 (72.4)
Resuscitation prior to ICU admissionb 16 (55.2)
  1. aHypotension was defined as systolic blood pressure <90 mmHg for 1 hour; bresuscitation was defined as haemodynamic collapse requiring cardiopulmonary resuscitation, defibrillation or administration of epinephrine. ADM, admission model; IQR, interquartile range; SAPS, Simplified Acute Physiology Score; ICU, intensive care unit.