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Increased Mortality from Extrapancreatic Infections in Hospitalized Patients with Acute Pancreatitis

Table 5

Characteristics of patients with acute pancreatitis associated with mortality during hospitalization.

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

Ranson score, m (SD)3.05 (±1.45)1.54 (±1.25)<0.01
Organ failure, (%)46 (95.8)10 (20.8)<0.01
Renal failure, (%)25 (52.0)6 (12.5)<0.01
Serum creatinine (mg/dL), M (IQR)2.1 (1.45-4.28)0.8 (0.7-1.1)<0.01
Dialysis, (%)11 (22.9)2 (4.1)<0.01
Respiratory failure, (%)43 (89.5)5 (10.4)<0.01
Mechanical ventilation, (%)41 (85.4)4 (8.3)<0.01
Cardiovascular failure, (%)42 (87.5)3 (6.2)<0.01
Use of vasoactive drugs, (%)42 (87.5)3 (6.2)<0.01
Infected pancreatic necrosis, (%)21 (43.7)3 (6.2)<0.01
Other infection, (%)28 (58.3)13 (27.0)<0.01
Bacteremia, (%)14 (29.1)2 (4.1)<0.01
Pneumonia, (%)12 (25)3 (6.2)<0.05
Other complication, (%)27 (56.2)10 (20.8)<0.01
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; IQR: interquartile range.

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