Disease Markers / 2018 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Diagnostic Accuracy of Serum and Urine S100A8/A9 and Serum Amyloid A in Probable Acute Abdominal Pain at Emergency Department

Table 4

Distribution of mean white blood cell count and levels of biomarkers in common diagnoses based on the surgical and the nonsurgical groups.

Common diagnosisGroupStatisticsWBC countSerum S100A8/A9Urine S100A8/A9Serum amyloid A

Complicated ovarian cystWithout surgery
Mean9216.085.2877.016.88
Std. deviation1640.8068.7961.9917.03
Minimum6000.019.08.04.60
Maximum12000.0282.0229.078.0
Surgery
Mean12500.0185.0169.03.55
Std. deviation424.2659.4084.854.46
Minimum12200.0143.0109.00.40
Maximum12800.0227.0229.06.70
-value¥0.0060.070.090.50

Acute cholecystitisWithout surgery
Mean12400.070.049.3317.53
Std. deviation3384.6761.0241.6211.07
Minimum7400.029.013.007.70
Maximum18000.0189.0125.0039.30
Surgery
Mean19318.12244.91140.7317.75
Std. deviation24309.09144.9420.1111.99
Minimum10000.0138.0110.07.60
Maximum92500.0545.0169.040.60
value¥0.990.0050.0010.88

Ectopic pregnancyWithout surgery
Mean13566.67149.0150.3333.20
Std. deviation4377.6087.0254.8622.23
Minimum9500.063.0111.09.70
Maximum18200.0237.0213.053.90
Surgery
Mean16000.0000336.000251.00007.9000
value¥0.9900.500.500.50

Statistically significant value. value from the Mann–Whitney test.