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Table 5 Sub-analysis stratification of lactate levels by infection status, blood pressure and age in terms of hospital mortality

From: Serum lactate is an independent predictor of hospital mortality in critically ill patients in the emergency department: a retrospective study

Lactate Group Infection Status Hospital Mortality p-value
< 2 No
Yes
2 (6.5%)
2 (1.7%)
0.142
2–4 No
Yes
1 (4.3%)
17 (13.4%)
0.220
> 4 No
Yes
14 (40.0%)
47 (40.9%)
0.927
Lactate Group SBP Hospital Mortality p-value
< 2 <90
≥90
3 (15.0%)
1 (0.8%)
<0.001
2–4 <90
≥90
2 (11.1%)
16 (12.1%)
0.902
> 4 <90
≥90
10 (35.7%)
44 (38.3%)
0.803
Lactate group Age Hospital Mortality p-value
< 2 <65
≥65
2 (3.1%)
2 (2.3%)
0.764
2–4 <65
≥65
3 (6.8%)
15 (14.2%)
0.208
> 4 <65
≥65
18 (36.0%)
43 (43.0%)
0.411