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Fig. 3 | Critical Care

Fig. 3

From: Variability in usual care fluid resuscitation and risk-adjusted outcomes for mechanically ventilated patients in shock

Fig. 3

The effect of greater- or less-than-expected day 1 fluid volume resuscitation on hospital mortality. Risk-adjusted observed vs. predicted hospital mortality for patients with shock. Risk adjustment performed by adding the difference in predicted hospital mortality between expected-resuscitation and less-than-expected or greater-than-expected groups to their respective observed hospital mortality. FRF fluid reductive factor. Asterisk indicates statistically significant difference in observed hospital mortality when compared to the expected-resuscitation group. †Less-than-expected = difference between observed and predicted day 1 fluids is less than − 1.5 L. Expected = difference between observed and predicted day 1 fluids is between − 1.5 and 1.5 L. §Greater-than-expected = difference between observed and predicted day 1 fluids is more than 1.5 L

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