Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2020 / Article / Tab 2

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Correlation of Redox Status with Procalcitonin and C-reactive Protein in Septic Patients

Table 2

Dynamics of all the tested parameters in the group of patients with sepsis or septic shock in percent (%) compared with the control group (healthy participants).

ParameterGroupMeanStd. deviationStd. errorPercent (%)

Superoxide anion radicalSepsis1.821.380.10+231.7%
Septic shock1.801.360.13+226.9%
Healthy0.550.150.060.0%

Hydrogen peroxideSepsis3.580.960.07+91.5%
Septic shock3.490.720.07+86.7%
Healthy1.870.140.060.0%

NitritesSepsis2.760.900.07-5.8%
Septic shock2.680.860.08-8.7%
Healthy2.940.180.070.0%

Index of lipid peroxidationSepsis1.520.280.02+76.4%
Septic shock1.490.340.03+73.3%
Healthy0.860.130.050.0%

Superoxide dismutaseSepsis20.9016.801.28-37.0%
Septic shock21.4220.551.93-35.4%
Healthy33.171.820.740.0%

Reduced glutathioneSepsis132181.8535464.722712.05+6.3%
Septic shock127675.7412944.061212.32+2.7%
Healthy124313.549297.293795.600.0%

CatalaseSepsis2.762.440.19-14.1%
Septic shock2.492.180.20-22.6%
Healthy3.220.280.110.0%

ProcalcitoninSepsis7.9722.951.70+5952.2%
Septic shock30.4657.095.32+23033.9%
Healthy0.130.010.010.0%

C-reactive proteinSepsis151.86105.837.60+2556.5%
Septic shock178.97101.859.18+3030.7%
Healthy5.720.770.310.0%

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