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Table 1 Baseline demographic characteristics

From: Presepsin values and prognostic nutritional index predict mortality in intensive care unit patients with sepsis: a pilot study

Variable n = 83
Age (years) 74.0 (65.5–78.5)
Sex (male) (%) 51.0 (61.4)
Cancer (%) 40.0 (48.2)
Coronary artery disease (%) 4.0 (4.8)
Diabetes mellitus (%) 10.0 (12.0)
Hypertension (%) 21.0 (25.3)
Albumin (g/dL) 2.3 (1.8–3.0)
CRP (mg/dL) 10.4 (3.7–17.5)
WBC (× 109 l−1) 10.9 (5.4–15.4)
Neutrophil count (× 109 l−1) 8.7 (3.56–13.29)
Lymphocyte count (× 109 l−1) 0.5 (0.299–0.927)
Plt count (× 104 mm−3) 17.8 (11.5–26.5)
Fibrinogen (mg/dL) 609.0 (378–711)
Survival (dead) (%) 26.0 (31.3)
AKI (%) 38.0 (45.8)
ARDS (%) 13.0 (15.7)
Shock (%) 48.0 (57.8)
DIC (%) 30.0 (36.1)
Presepsin on Day 1 (pg/mL) 1051.5 (569–1819.3)
Presepsin on Day 2 (ng/mL) 1016.5 (538–2156)
Presepsin on Day 3 (ng/mL) 802.0 (480.5–1825)
Presepsin on Day 5 (ng/mL) 1043.0 (480–1616)
ΔPresepsin Day 2–Day 1 (pg/mL) − 21.50 (− 246.5–274.75)
ΔPresepsin Day 3–Day 1 (pg/mL) − 38.50 (− 748.5–304)
ΔPresepsin Day 5–Day 1 (pg/mL) − 59.50 (− 745.75–635.5)
GPS 1.0 (1–2)
NLR 12.6 (4.53–26.35)
PLR 321.9 (195.63–543.69)
PI 1.0 (1–2)
PNI 26.6 (21.26–33.72)
SOFA 8.0 (5–11)
qSOFA 2.0 (1–3)
  1. CRP C-reactive protein, WBC white blood cell, AKI acute kidney injury, ARDS acute respiratory distress syndrome, DIC disseminated intravascular coagulation, GPS Glasgow prognostic score, NLR neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio, PLR platelet to lymphocyte ratio, PI prognostic index, PNI prognostic nutritional index, SOFA sequential organ failure assessment, qSOFA quick sequential organ failure assessment