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Table 1 Basic characteristic, quantitative variables

From: Comorbid status and the faecal microbial transplantation failure in treatment of recurrent Clostridioides difficile infection – pilot prospective observational cohort study

 All patients (n = 60)Single FMT failure (n = 15)Single FMT success (n = 45)
Age (years)73 (61–82)75 (70–82)72 (58–80)
CCI6 (4–8)7 (6–9)*5 (3–6)
Leukocytes (1000/ml)9.52 (5.96–14.08)7.48 (5.52–12.05)10.21 (6.59–15.46)
CRP (mg/l)47.16 (7.24–110.25)47.30 (5.62–111.00)44.14 (6.54–119.50)
Albumin (mg/l)32.25 (27.27–39.15)28.90 (25.30–32.72)*34.15 (26.77–39.15)
Time from FMT to first defecation20 (12–24)24 (3–24)20 (12–24)
  1. * Statistically significant difference between groups with single FMT failure and single FMT success (Mann-Whitney, p <  0.05)
  2. Values are displayed as median (IQR); CCI Charlson Comorbidity Index, CRP C-reactive protein, IQR interquartile range, FMT faecal microbial transplantation, and n – number of subjects in cohort