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Clinical Study

Systemic and Urinary Neutrophil Gelatinase-Associated Lipocalins Are Poor Predictors of Acute Kidney Injury in Unselected Critically Ill Patients

Table 2

Characteristics of acute kidney injury patients by presence or absence of CVVH.

CVVHno CVVH value
( )( )

Age (years)68.9 (11.6)72.1 (12.7)0.43
Gender (male)7 (63.6%)46 (63.9%)0.99
APACHE II score28 (20–30)19 (14–25)0.05
SAPS II51 (44–57)45 (35–51)0.11
sUrea (mmol/L)11 (7–23)10 (7–18)0.24
sCr ( mol/L)147 (94–299)100 (76–139)0.03
sNGAL (ng/mL)338 (251–798)341 (205.4–622)0.56
uNGAL (ng/L)303 (39–750)219 (92–535)0.90
uNGALcorr. (mg/mol Cr)38 (7–342)34 (9–114)0.51
Urine output (mL/day)1480 (493–1960)2535 (1826–3792)<0.001
AKI prior to CVVH (days)1 (0–4)NA

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