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Clinical Study

Epidemiology, Prognosis, and Evolution of Management of Septic Shock in a French Intensive Care Unit: A Five Years Survey

Table 4

Prognosis of septic shock patients: comparison between the 2003-2004 and 2005–2007 periods. ICU: intensive care unit, RRT: renal replacement therapy.

2003-20042005–2007P

Septic shock complications (%)60(46.5)29(15.6) .0001
Number of days alive free from mechanical ventilation on day 28 (mean SD) .0207
Number of days alive free from vasopressors on day 28 (mean SD) .0021
Number of days alive free from RRT on day 28 (mean SD) .76
Patients discharged from ICU on day 28 (%)46(34.6)69(37.1).6452
ICU death (%)74(55.2)100(53.8).7958

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