International Journal of Inflammation / 2017 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

The Level of Oxidative Neutrophil Response When Determining Endotoxin Activity Assay: A New Biomarker for Defining the Indications and Effectiveness of Intensive Care in Patients with Sepsis

Table 2

Inflammatory and endotoxaemia markers in patients with different Response levels.

ParameterGroup 1 ()
1.00–0.80
Group 2 ()
0.79–0.50
Group 3 ()
0.49–0

“Response”093 (0.88; 0.95)0.65 (0.57; 0.76)0.38 (0.30; 0.49)
EAA0.62 (0.47; 0.70)0.66 (0.38; 0.87)0.34 (0.31; 0.72)0.07
CRP, mg/dL9.9 (5.5; 15.9)12.0 (6.9; 19.0)9.5 (6.3; 15.8)0.63
PCT, ng/ml5.9 (2.4; 16.2)8.4 (2.1; 17.8)4.9 (2.0; 8.8)0.83
PSP, pg/ml2191 (1092; 3782)1808 (986; 7124)9974 (4653; 14187)0.05
WBC, 109/L14.8 (10.2; 23.7)15.2 (10.7; 21.9)11.2 (9.4; 16.0)0.35
D-dimer, ng/ml813 (416; 2324)612 (324; 1530)2664 (807; 4560)0.05

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