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Increased Mortality from Extrapancreatic Infections in Hospitalized Patients with Acute Pancreatitis

Table 1

Demographic characteristics of patients with acute pancreatitis who died and who survived during hospitalization.

ValuesPatients with AP who died during hospitalization (cases)
Patients with AP who survived hospitalization (controls)
value

Age in years, m (SD)53.2 (±18.2)53.2 (±18.2)1.000
Males, (%)24 (50)24 (50)1.000
Etiology
 Biliary, (%)22 (45.8)22 (45.8)1.000
 Alcohol, (%)7 (14.5)7 (14.5)1.000
 Triglycerides, (%)6 (12.5)6 (12.5)1.000
 Drugs, (%)3 (6.2)3 (6.2)1.000
 ERCP, (%)1 (2.0)1 (2.0)1.000
 Other, (%)9 (18.7)9 (18.7)1.000
Comorbidities
 Diabetes mellitus, (%)7 (14.5)7 (14.5)1.000
 Hypertension, (%)7 (14.5)7 (14.5)1.000
 Obesity, (%)1 (2.0)1 (2.0)1.000
 Systemic lupus, (%)6 (12.5)6 (12.5)1.000
 Coronary artery disease, (%)3 (6.2)3 (6.2)1.000
 Other, (%)1 (22.9)1 (22.9)1.000
Days of in-hospital stay, M (IQR)15 (4.5-53.5)5.5 (2-13.5)<0.05

AP: acute pancreatitis; SD: standard deviation; ERCP: endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography; IQR: interquartile range.

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