Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2016 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Correlation of Oxidative and Antioxidative Processes in the Blood of Patients with Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

Table 4

Statistically significant correlation coefficients between the parameters measured in the patients with cervical spinal cord injury (studied group).


Before the surgeryTBARS in plasma/TBARS in erythrocytes0.64
CD in plasma/TBARS in plasma0.78
CD in plasma/TBARS in erythrocytes0.67
CD in erythrocytes/TBARS in plasma0.65
CD in erythrocytes/TBARS in erythrocytes0.71
CD in erythrocytes/CD in plasma0.80
CAT/CD in plasma0.41
CAT/CD in erythrocytes0.42
ASIA after hospitalisation/TBARS in plasma0.67
ASIA after hospitalisation/TBARS in erythrocytes0.60
ASIA after hospitalisation/CD in plasma0.47
ASIA after hospitalisation/CD in erythrocytes0.46
ASIA 24 h after cranial instrumentation/TBARS in plasma0.53
ASIA 24 h after cranial instrumentation/TBARS in erythrocytes0.44
ASIA 24 h after cranial instrumentation/CD in erythrocytes0.35
ASIA 24 h after cranial instrumentation/GPx−0.30
ASIA 24 h after cranial instrumentation/ASIA after hospitalisation0.80
ISS scale/GPx0.33

7 days after the surgeryCD in plasma/TBARS in plasma0.47
CD in erythrocytes/TBARS in plasma0.40
CD in erythrocytes/TBARS in erythrocytes0.35
SOD/TBARS in plasma−0.80
SOD/TBARS in erythrocytes−0.36
SOD/CD in erythrocytes−0.51
CAT/TBARS in plasma0.51
CAT/TBARS in erythrocytes0.64
CAT/CD in erythrocytes0.48
GPx/TBARS in plasma0.54

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TBARS: thiobarbituric acid reactive substances; CD: conjugated dienes; CAT: catalase; GPx: glutathione peroxidase; SOD: superoxide dismutase; GSH: reduced glutathione; ASIA: American Spinal Injury Association Impairment Scale; ISS: Injury Severity Score.