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Table 2 Clinical data of 13 patients with sepsis

From: Translational evidence for two distinct patterns of neuroaxonal injury in sepsis: a longitudinal, prospective translational study

Patient/sex Age (years) APACHE II/worst SOFA Ventilation (days) SAE at sepsis onset Positive CAM-ICU during ICU stay ICU stay (days) Hospital stay (days) Survival at day 100
1/F 63 20/18 72 Yes Yes 72 (dead) 72 (dead) No
2/F 82 29/15 12 Yes Yes 22 30 Yes
3/M 73 42/15 20 n.a. No 20 20 Yes
4/M 57 27/11 2 Yes Yes 9 29 Yes
5/M 55 12/6 0 Yes No 3 30 Yes
6/F 80 24/12 2 Yes Yes 20 (dead) 20 (dead) No
7/M 44 40/8 10 Yes Yes 20 33 Yes
8/F 76 39/12 16 n.a. Yes 16 (dead) 16 (dead) No
9/F 74 23/13 9 Yes No 21 31 Yes
10/M 75 37/10 2 Yes Yes 4 26 Yes
11/F 54 48/11 8 n.a. No 23 45 Yes
12/F 60 23/12 12 Yes Yes 14 36 Yes
13/M 81 38/12 20 Yes No 20 20 Yes
  1. Abbreviations: APACHE II Acute Physiology And Chronic Health Evaluation II score at ICU admission, CAM-ICU Confusion Assessment Method in the Intensive Care Unit, ICU Intensive care unit, n.a. Not applicable (analgosedation), SAE Sepsis-associated encephalopathy, SOFA Sepsis-related Organ Failure Assessment