Skip to main content

Table 2 Clinical and paraclinical findings at inclusion

From: Intraperitoneal lactate/pyruvate ratio and the level of glucose and glycerol concentration differ between patients surgically treated for upper and lower perforations of the gastrointestinal tract: a pilot study

  MAP (mmHg) ASA score pH Lactate (mmol/L) CRP (mg/L) WBC count (10E9/L) eGRF (mL/min/1.73 m2) HCO3 (mmol/L) SOFA score POD 1
Upper perforation
 Patient 1 105.7 3 7.44 2.4 37 18.5 82 25.1 n/a
 Patient 2 87.0 n/a 7.39 3.4 <1 12.8 91 16.2 2
 Patient 3 64.3 4 n/a 2.4 115 6.1 60 20.2 6
 Patient 4 68.0 n/a n/a n/a 138 1.2 55 n/a 1
 Patient 5 124 3 7.50 1.3 <1 7.9 58 25.0 1
 Patient 6 105 2 7.41 0.8 2.2 18.7 95 20.4 2
 Patient 7 66.7 4 7.28 1.9 246 17.5 17 17.7 7
 Median 87.0 3 7.41 2.15 37 12.8 60 20.3 2
Lower perforation
 Patient 8 56.0 3 7.34 5.2 295 6.4 41 n/a 15
 Patient 9 87.0 3 n/a n/a 262 5.5 38 n/a 2
 Patient 10 n/a 4 7.45 3.4 1.9 16.6 116 21.8 5
 Patient 11 136.7 2 7.37 2.5 3.5 8.0 71 23.5 8
 Patient 12 102.3 2 7.39 1.7 110 9.4 104 20.1 2
 Patient 13 112.3 2 n/a n/a 30 10.1 66 n/a 3
 Patient 14 49.7 3 7.37 1.3 598 6.2 33 n/a 5
 Patient 15 86.0 3 n/a n/a 202 7.7 71 n/a 3
 Median 87.0 3 7.37 2.5 156 7.85 68.5 21.8 4
  1. MAP mean arterial pressure, ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists, CRP C-reactive protein, WBC white blood cell, eGFR estimated glomerular filtration rate, n/a data not available, SOFA sequential organ failure assessment, POD 1 postoperative day 1