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Table 1 shows changes of the highest body temperature (Tmax), 24-h urine volume after admission and blood indicators

From: Peritonitis secondary to hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome: a case report in GuangZhou China

 2019/5/142019/5/152019/5/162019/5/172019/5/182019/5/192019/5/202019/5/212019/5/222019/5/23
WBC8.318.615.8617.415.315.115.1
NEU6.612.512.914.812.511.312.3
LYM3.913.81.651.421.422.22.02
HCT0.3720.3720.3310.3480.3330.3540.389
PLT141150147183183221278
CREA141191242266175130108
Ur6.676.269.288.538.489.825.04
Tmax36.837.43837.837.436.83736.636.536.3
24 h-urine98020903400326040103350235030503100
  1. WBC White blood cell, NEU Neutrophils, LYM Lymphocyte, HCT Hematocrit, Ur Urea, PLT Platelet count, CREA Creatinine. WBC, NEU, LYM, PLT measured by × 109/L (reference range: 4–10, 2–7.5, 1.6–4.0), HCT (0.40–0.50), Ur measured by mmol/L (3.1–8.0), CREA measured by μmol/L (57–97), Tmax measured by Celsius degree, urine volume measured by milliliter