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Table 1 Patients' demographic data, patients' clinical characteristics, and reason for intensive care unit admission

From: Computed tomography to estimate cardiac preload and extravascular lung water. A retrospective analysis in critically ill patients

Basic demographic data  
Sex (female/male) 14/16
Age, years 66 (27 - 83)
Height, cm 170 (150 - 180)
Weight, kg 68 (44 - 112)
Patients' clinical characteristics on the day of enrollment in the study  
Simplified Acute Physiology Score (SAPS-II) 50 (22 - 63)
Therapeutic Intervention Scoring System (TISS-score) 22 (10 - 35)
Serum creatinine, mg/dL 1.8 (0.5 - 4.6)
Blood urea nitrogen, mg/dL 52 (8 - 106)
Serum bilirubin, mg/dL 2.7 (0.3 - 23.2)
Aspartate aminotransferase, U/L 122 (11 - 4977)
Leukocyte count, G/L 16.2 (0.1 - 50.0)
C-reactive proteine, mg/dL 7.9 (0.1 - 45.7)
Hematocrit level, % 29 (23 - 47)
Hemoglobin, g/dL 9.9 (7.3 - 16.0)
Heart rate, beats per minute 94 (57 - 144)
Need for catecholamine therapy, n (%) 23 (77%)
Norepinephrine dose, μg/kg/min 0.16 (0 - 1.89)
Need for mechanical ventilation, n (%) 25 (83%)
Positive end-expiratory pressure, cmH2O 8 (4 - 16)
Peak pressure, cmH2O 24 (13 - 31)
Mean airway pressure, cmH2O 14 (7 - 21)
Fraction of inspired oxygen 0.5 (0.3 - 1.0)
Tidal volume, mL 500 (300 - 842)
pH 7.33 (7.18 - 7.60)
Arterial partial pressure of carbon dioxide, mmHg 37.0 (21.0 - 64.5)
Arterial partial pressure of oxygen, mmHg 89.1 (58.0 - 160.0)
Bicarbonate, mEq/L 20.9 (11.4 - 36.4)
Base excess, mEq/L -3.9 (-14.1 - 11.7)
Reason for ICU admission  
Sepsis with multiple organ dysfunction syndrome, n (%) 9 (30%)
Pneumonia and acute respiratory insufficiency, n (%) 8 (27%)
Cirrhosis of the liver, n (%) 4 (13%)
Pancreatitis, n (%) 3 (10%)
Cardiac arrest with need for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, n (%) 2 (7%)
Gastrointestinal bleeding, n (%) 2 (7%)
Renal failure, n (%) 1 (3%)
Pulmonary embolism, n (%) 1 (3%)
Outcome  
Intensive care unit mortality, n (%) 17 (57%)
  1. Data are presented as median (range) where applicable. ICU, intensive care unit.