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Table 2 Clinical variables

From: A longitudinal study highlights shared aspects of the transcriptomic response to cardiogenic and septic shock

Clinical variableCS (n = 11)SS (n = 21)SC (n = 5)p value SS vs CSp value SS vs SC
Age, years68.7 (13.0)67.5 (19.2)72.4 (15.8)0.9370.696
Body mass index, kg/m227.8 (6.9)27.2 (5.5)22.1 (6.9)0.7210.111
Sex, males10 (90.9%)14 (66.6%)3 (60.0%)0.2101.000
Length of stay in ICU, days7.6 (3.3)9.2 (6.0)6.0 (6.7)0.9200.046
Length of stay in hospital, days24.2 (18.3)28.0 (19.5)28.0 (26.1)0.6760.696
APACHE II (T1)22.73 (7.34)24.57 (7.51)14.6 (3.0)0.4500.012
SOFA (T1)11.0 (2.5)12.1 (2.0)6.2 (2.2)0.3600.001
Mortality (28 days)2 (18.2%)5 (23.8%)0 (0%)1.0000.545
  1. Clinical characteristics of the patients divided by cardiogenic shock (CS), septic shock (SS), and septic controls (SC). Data are presented as mean (SD) or frequency (%). p values were calculated with Wilcoxon rank-sum test or alternatively with Fisher exact test for categorical variables