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Clinical Study

Effects of High Volume Haemodiafiltration on Inflammatory Response Profile and Microcirculation in Patients with Septic Shock

Table 1

Demographics and clinical characteristics of study patients.

Median (IQR)

Age (years)65 (56–72)
Gender (male/female)12/7
Weight (kg)80 (70–100)
APACHE II19 (16–20)
SOFA10 (7–11)
C-reactive protein (mg/L)252 (121–316)
Creatinine before inclusion (μmol/L)164 (127–348)
Lactate before inclusion (mmol/L)1.5 (1.2–3.0)
ICU cumulative fluid balance before inclusion (mL)3328 (−702–5381)
Fluid balance during HVHDF (mL) −409 (−1405–25.75)
ICU stay (days)23 (9–44)
ICU outcome (alive/dead)16/3

APACHE II: Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation score II; HVHDF: high volume haemodiafiltration; ICU: intensive care unit; IQR: interquartile range.

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