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Table 2 Reclassification of triage categories according to the suPAR level measured at arrival

From: Availability of suPAR in emergency departments may improve risk stratification: a secondary analysis of the TRIAGE III trial

Triage category N (%) Red 396 (9.0)a Orange 445 (10.1)a Yellow 1.267 (28.7) Green 2312 (52.3)a
Female sex, N (%) 209 (52.8) 202 (45.4) 665 (52.5) 1163 (50.3)
Age, years, mean (SD) 74.8 (14.6)a 67.6 (20.0)a 62.8 (19.0)a 53.8 (20.6)a
Hospital admission, N (%) 324 (81.8)a 304 (68.3)a 665 (52.5) 815 (35.2)
Length of stay (days), mean (SD) 8.5 (11.8) 6.9 (9.5)a 4.6 (7.3) 2.8 (4.3)a
Surgery during admission, N (%) 64 (16.2)a 42 (9.4)a 135 (10.6) 203 (8.8)
Readmissions at seven days, N (%) 33 (8.3) 30 (6.7) 72 (5.9) 103 (4.5)
Mortality at seven days, N (%) 28 (7.1) 14 (3.1)a 10 (0.8) 6 (0.3)
  1. SD: standard deviation aSignificantly different form the initial triage category