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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of patients

From: The feasibility and reliability of actigraphy to monitor sleep in intensive care patients: an observational study

Demographic profile (n = 46)
 Age (years) (Median: IQR) 60.5 (45.75–72)
 Gender: male/female (%, n) 69.6/30.4 (32/14)
 Patients with known sleep disorder (%, n) 28.3 (13)
 Weight (kg) (Median: IQR) 89 (74.75–97.25)
 Height (cm) (Median: IQR) 175.5 (170–181)
 BMI (kg/m2) (Median: IQR) 28.1 (23.83–30.9)
Clinical acuity (Median: IQR)
 APACHEII score 20.5 (14–25.75)
 Relative mortality risk 36.8 (18.65–55.97)
 SOFA score 13 (9–16)
RASS score (%, n)
 Lightly sedated (− 2) 0
 Drowsy (− 1) 26.1 (12)
 Calm and co-operative (0) 50 (23)
 Restless (+ 1) 17.4 (8)
 Agitated (+ 2) 4.3 (2)
 Very agitated (+ 3) 2.2 (1)
 Confusion assessment method: positive (%, n) 2.2 (1)
Admission classification (%, n)
 ICU/HDU 56.5/43.5 (26/20)
Reason for admission (%, n)
 Bacterial pneumonia 13 (6)
 Cardiovascular 19.6 (9)
 Respiratory failure 15.2(7)
 Multi-trauma 10.9 (5)
 Sepsis 15.2 (7)
 Cardiac arrest 4.3 (2)
 General surgical 13 (6)
 Other 8.8 (4)
Respiratory support (%, n)
 Nil 8.7 (4)
 Oxygen therapy 23.9 (11)
 Hi Flow Nasal Prongs 32.6 (15)
 Non-invasive ventilation 4.3 (2)
 Mechanical ventilation 30.4 (14)
 CRRT (%, n) 15.2 (7)
 IABP 6.5 (3)
Pharmacological agents (%, n)
 Benzodiazepine 10.9 (5)
 Opioids 52.2 (24)
 Melatonin 10.9 (5)
 Length of ICU stay: hours (Median: IQR) 152.5 (75–330.25)
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