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Table 2 Biomarkers and other potentially relevant measurements on ICU admission according to all-cause ICU mortality

From: Significance of soluble triggering receptor expressed on myeloid cells-1 elevation in patients admitted to the intensive care unit with sepsis

  Survivors (n = 141) Non survivors (n = 49) p
Sepsis biomarkers
 PCT (pg/L) 9.1 (32.7) 19.4 (37.4) 0.57
 sTREM-1 (ng/L) 671.0 (514.8) 1148.4 (825.3) <0.01
 sTREM-1 quartiles    <0.01
  1st quartile (N. [%]) 40 (28.2) 7 (14.3)  
  2nd quartile (N. [%]) 39 (27.4) 9 (18.4)  
  3rd quartile (N. [%]) 40 (28.2) 8 (16.3)  
  4th quartile (N. [%]) 22 (16.2) 25 (51.0) <0.01
 Neutrophils CD64 index 3.1 (2.8) 3.1 (3.1) 0.92
Other
 Leukocytes (cells/mm3) 12200 (11100) 14500 (15375) 0.72
 Neutrophils (cells/mm3) 10620 (9010) 13940 (13205) 0.47
 Platelets (cells/mm3) 152000 (170500) 105000 (145250) 0.05
 Lactate (mmol/L) 2.1 (1.9) 4.4 (7.7) <0.01
 Lactate quartiles    
  1st quartile (N. [%]) 40 (29.0) 7 (14.3)  
  2nd quartile (N. [%]) 39 (28.3) 8 (17.0)  
  3rd quartile (N. [%]) 38 (27.5) 9 (18.4)  
  4th quartile (N. [%]) 21 (15.2) 25 (54.3) <0.01
  1. PCT procalcitonin, sTREM-1 soluble triggering receptor expressed on myeloid cells-1
  2. Continuous data are presented as mean (standard deviation) and mediane (interquartile range)