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Table 1 Demographic, clinical and laboratory parameters of the study population (N = 61)

From: Urinary Neutrophil Gelatinase-Associated Lipocalin (NGAL) and proteinuria predict severity of acute kidney injury in Puumala virus infection

  Median IQR
Age (years) 45 33, 52
Sex (m/f) 45/16  
BMI (kg/m2, n = 58) 24.5 22.5, 28.6
Days between onset of symptoms and hospital admission 6 4, 7
Length of inpatient stay (days) 7 5, 9
Span of body weight change during hospital stay (kg, n = 56)a 4.2 2.3, 5.8
Highest urine output per 24 h (ml, n = 56) 5850 4500, 8300
Leukocyte count at admission (1/μl) 8680 6685, 10725
Platelet count at admission (thousand/μl) 109 71, 178
Plasma Sodium (mmol/l) 135 132, 139
C-reactive protein at admission (mg/dl, n = 60) 6.3 3.9, 9.6
Procalcitonin at admission (ng/ml, n = 19) 1.27 0.9, 1.9
Estimated baseline creatinine (μmol/l) 86 82, 89
Plasma creatinine at admission (μmol/l) 221 106, 344
Peak plasma creatinine (μmol/l) 344 185, 618
Patients with AKIN stage 0–2/3 23/38  
Urinary protein/creatinine ratio (mg/g, n = 23) 1492 552, 10303
Urinary albumin/creatinine ratio (mg/g, n = 24) 1007 223, 8440
Urine dipstick protein (neg/(+)/+/++/+++, n = 59) 2/6/17/28/6  
Urinary NGAL (ng/ml, n = 55) 83 31, 189
Urinary NGAL/creatinine ratio (ng/mg, n = 49) 137 43, 371
  1. ahighest documented weight – lowest documented weight