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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of the patients

From: Revision of the Japanese Association for Acute Medicine (JAAM) disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) diagnostic criteria using antithrombin activity

  Survivors (n = 546) Non-survivors (n = 273) P value
Age, years 69 (56 − 78) 72 (62 − 80) 0.007
Gender, male/female 285/261 175/98 0.001
Body weight, kg 51.8 (44.6 − 61.2) 53.0 (45.0 − 62.0) 0.580
DIC score 5 (4 − 7) 6 (4 − 7) 0.183
SOFA score 9 (6 − 12) 12 (8 − 14) 0.000
Mechanical ventilation, n (%) 160 (29.3) 159 (58.3) 0.000
SIRS score 3 (2 − 4) 3 (2 − 4) 0.037
SIRS score 3, n (%) 343 (62.8) 195 (71.4) 0.000
Bleeding symptoms, n (%) 69 (12.6) 50 (18.3) 0.030
Coagulation parameters
 Platelet count, ×109/L 6.7 (3.8 − 10.2) 5.9 (3.2 − 8.9) 0.026
 FDP, μg/mL 28.0 (13.2 − 50.1) 24.9 (11.1 − 44.6) 0.095
 PT ratio 1.31 (1.17 − 1.50) 1.42 (1.22 − 1.70) 0.000
 AT activity, n (%) 56 (44 − 70) 51 (36 − 65) 0.000
  1. Continuous variables are given as median (interquartile range)
  2. AT antithrombin, DIC disseminated intravascular coagulation, FDP fibrinogen/fibrin degradation products, PT prothrombin time, SIRS systemic inflammatory response syndrome, SOFA sequential organ failure assessment