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Table 1 Baseline demographics, illness severity scores, organ support durations and admission diagnoses for those sent a questionnaire and patients responding

From: Anxiety, Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after critical illness: a UK-wide prospective cohort study

  Sent a questionnaire   Responders  
Patients (n) 13,155   4943  
Age (median) [25th–75th] 63 [47–73]   64 [52–73]  
Sex (%male) 57%   57%  
APACHE II score (median) [25th–75th] 15 [11–19]   15 [11–19]  
ICU length of stay (median) [25th–75th] 3 [2–6]   3 [2–6]  
Hospital length of stay (median) [25th–75th] 15 [8–29]   15 [9–28]  
Advanced cardiovascular support (% of patients) 23%   26%  
Basic cardiovascular support (% of patients) 90%   91%  
Advanced respiratory support (% of patients) 55%   56%  
Basic respiratory support (% of patients) 63%   64%  
Renal support (% of patients) 9%   10%  
Neurological support (% of patients) 10%   9%  
Liver support (% of patients) 0%   0%  
Dermatological support (% of patients) 4%   5%  
Gastrointestinal support (% of patients) 42%   43%  
 Respiratory tract infection n = 1152 9% n = 419 8%
 Vascular procedure to major vessel n = 881 7% n = 399 8%
 Large bowel tumour n = 695 5% n = 315 6%
 Self-poisoning n = 572 4% n = 117 2%
 Septicaemia and septic shock n = 431 3% n = 173 3%
 Acute renal failure n = 473 4% n = 169 3%
 COPD n = 393 3% n = 155 3%
 Malignant neoplasm of oesophagus n = 272 2% n = 145 3%
 Status epilepticus n = 318 2% n = 80 2%
 Bowel perforation n = 305 2% n = 106 2%
 Acute pancreatitis n = 192 1% n = 83 2%
 Diabetic ketoacidosis n = 217 2% n = 57 1%
 Asthma attack in new or known asthmatic patients n = 201 2% n = 83 2%
 Ventricular tachycardia or fibrillation n = 169 1% n = 75 2%
 Acute myocardial infarction n = 175 1% n = 66 1%