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Research Article

High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol, Blood Urea Nitrogen, and Serum Creatinine Can Predict Severe Acute Pancreatitis

Table 1

Univariate analysis of predictive factors of acute pancreatitis in 647 patients.

CharacteristicMild APModerate APSevere AP value
()()()

Median age, years (IQR)47 (37–62)47.5 (40–63)51 (38–66)0.165
Male sex, (%)309 (62.9)66 (67.4)31 (53.4)0.219
BMI23.4 (20.9–26.1)24.6 (21.5–26.0)24.2 (22.1–26.6)0.048
Etiology0.002
 Biliary, (%)222 (45.2)32 (32.7)18 (31.0)
 Alcohol, (%)63 (12.8)23 (23.5)4 (6.9)
 Hypertriglyceridemia, (%)22 (4.5)7 (7.1)7 (12.1)
 Idiopathic, (%)184 (37.5)36 (36.7)29 (50.0)
Laboratory findings
 Hematocrit0.42 (0.38–0.45)0.43 (0.39–0.47)0.44 (0.40–0.47)0.001
 HDL-C (mg/dl)41.3 (32.0–51.0)36.7 (25.5–51.7)22.4 (17.8–38.2)<0.001
 BUN, mg/dl (IQR)13.2 (10.4–16.5)12.2 (9.8–16.5)19.9 (15.1–31.9)<0.001
 BUN (24 h), mg/dl (IQR)12.9 (9.5–16.8)12.2 (9.5–19.0)26.0 (17.1–34.5)<0.001
 Creatinine, mg/dl (IQR)0.72 (0.61–0.86)0.72 (0.61–0.88)0.92 (0.66–1.82)<0.001
 Creatinine (24 h), mg/dl (IQR)0.72 (0.59–0.86)0.68 (0.55–0.87)1.04 (0.74–2.34)<0.001
BISAP score1 (0-1)1 (1-2)2 (1–3)<0.001

IQR = Interquartile Range; = number; AP = acute pancreatitis; BMI = Body Mass Index; HDL-C = High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol; BUN = Blood Urea Nitrogen; BISAP = Bedside Index for Severity in Acute pancreatitis.

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