International Journal of Inflammation / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Influence of Body Mass Index on Inflammatory Profile at Admission in Critically Ill Septic Patients

Table 1

Demographic and clinical features.

Number of patients33

Age, years, mean ± SD50.6 ± 19.6
Male sex, (%)20 (60)
Body mass index, kg/m2, mean ± SD25.2 ± 5.8
Source of infection
 Respiratory11 (33)
 Bloodstream/intravascular catheter9 (27)
 Soft tissue/fasciitis4 (12)
 Abdominal3 (11)
 Meningitis2 (6)
 Urinary tract1 (3)
 Other3 (11)
Illness severity
 SAPS 3 score, points, median [IQ]60 [48–70]
 SOFA score, points, median [IQ]7 [5–9]
 Vasopressor use, (%)17 (73)
 Mechanical ventilation, (%)9 (27)
 Acute kidney injury, (%)14 (42)
Comorbidities
 Hypertension, (%)15 (45)
 Diabetes, (%)11 (33)
 Chronic kidney disease, (%)8 (24)
 Neoplasia, (%)1 (3)
 Cirrhosis, (%)3 (10)
ICU mortality, (%)10 (30)
Hospital mortality, (%)13 (40)

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