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Table 1 Vital signs and pre-hospital laboratory values of the patients

From: Pre-hospital suPAR, lactate and CRP measurements for decision-making: a prospective, observational study of patients presenting non-specific complaints

  BP HR RR SpO2 Temp NEWS suPAR CRP Lactate
Pre-hospital 144
(168–121)
78
(90–70)
16
(18–15)
96%
(98–95)
36.8
(37.2–36.6)
1
(2–0)
range: 6–0
4.6
(6.8–3.2)
7
(18–5)
1.8
(2.7–1.3)
Emergency department 141
(163–125)
76
(89–65)
16
(20–15)
97%
(98–95)
36.9
(37.1–36.4)
1
(2–0)
range: 9–0
   
  1. All values are medians (interquartile ranges)
  2. IQR interquartile range, BP syst systolic blood pressure (mmHg), ED emergency department, HR heart rate (per minute), RR respiratory rate (per minute), SpO2 peripheral oxygen saturation, Temp peripheral temperature (°C), NEWS national early warning score, suPAR soluble urokinase plasminogen activator receptor (ng/ml), CRP C-reactive protein (mg/l)