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Table 3 Trends during first 7 days of the intensive care unit stay (in survivors and non-survivors at 6 months) for variables independently associated with outcomes in multivariate analysesa

From: Association between trends in clinical variables and outcome in intensive care patients with faecal peritonitis: analysis of the GenOSept cohort

  Day 1 Day 7
Characteristics N Median IQR N Median IQR
Lowest platelets (*109/L)       
  Survivors 667 226 159 to 316 426 267 164 to 388
  Non-survivors 307 185 113 to 280 214 146 78 to 274
Urinary volume (ml/24 hours)       
  Survivors 666 1,499 916 to 2,170 429 2460 1,680 to 3,633
  Non-survivors 307 1,080 475 to 1,915 215 1750 471 to 2,774
Highest bilirubin (mmol/L)       
  Survivors 667 13 8 to 21 433 9 5 to 17
  Non-survivors 307 14 8 to 25 217 14 6 to 25
GCS SOFA score       
  Survivors 667 0 0 to 0 453 0 0 to 0
  Non-survivors 307 0 0 to 2 221 1 0 to 2
Renal SOFA score       
  Survivors 667 0 0 to 1 453 0 0 to 1
  Non-survivors 307 1 0 to 3 221 1 0 to 3
  1. aGCS, Glasgow Coma Scale; IQR, Interquartile range; n, Absolute count; N, Number of non-missing observations; SOFA, Sequential Organ Failure Assessment.