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Table 2 Hemodynamic, oxygenation and metabolic variables on admission

From: Low cardiac index and stroke volume on admission are associated with poor outcome in critically ill burn patients: a retrospective cohort study

Hemodynamic parameters All patients (n = 40) Survivors day 90 (n = 23) Non-survivors day 90 (n = 17) p
SAP (mmHg) 114 (98–128) 121 (106–156) 114 (97–125) 0.15
DAP (mmHg) 72 (57–81) 76 (62–93) 72 (50–83) 0.06
MAP (mmHg) 80 (63–93) 85 (75–116) 75 (60–93) 0.05
CVP (mmHg) 9 (7–12) 10 (9–11) 9 (7–11) 0.92
UO (mL/kg/h) 0.6 (0.3–1.8) 0.9 (0.3–2.4) 0.4 (0.2–1.8) 0.68
HR (beats/min) 98 (87–112) 94 (87–105) 112 (73–126) 0.91
CI (L/min/m2) 2.5 (1.9–3.0) 2.9 (2.5–3.4) 2.0 (1.5–2.4) 0.04
SV (mL/beat) 26 (22–35) 37 (27–43) 22 (20–25) 0.001
SVRI (dynes s/cm5/m2) 2414 (1932–2881) 2385 (1685–3346) 2548 (2264–3918) 0.97
ScvO2 (%) 80 (74–87) 74 (65–76) 84 (78–90) 0.61
DO2I (mL/min/m2) 485 (302–580) 537 (381–686) 437 (247–487) 0.001
PCO2 gap (mmHg) 7 (4–11) 7 (5–11) 7 (4–11) 0.51
Base deficit (mmol/L) −3.7 (−7.7 to −0.4) −3.5 (−5 to 0.5) −4.5 (−8 to 2) 0.18
Lactate (mmol/L) 3.8 (1.5–5.3) 3.1 (1.4–3.8) 4 (2.6–4.9) 0.025
Number of hemodynamic targets reached at the 6th h after admission, n (%)a 0.007
 1 13 (32.5 %) 3 (13 %) 10 (59 %)
 2 12 (30 %) 7 (30 %) 5 (29 %)
 3 15 (37.5 %) 12 (52 %) 3 (17 %)
  1. Data are median (interquartile range 25th–75th percentile), or n (%)
  2. SAP systolic arterial pressure, DAP diastolic arterial pressure, MAP mean arterial pressure, CVP central venous pressure, UO urine output, HR heart rate, CI cardiac index, SV stroke volume, SVRI systemic vascular resistance index, ScvO 2 central venous oxygen saturation, DO 2 I oxygen delivery index, PCO 2 gap central venous–arterial PCO2 difference
  3. aHemodynamic targets: MAP ≥65 mmHg, UO ≥0.5 mL/kg/h and CI ≥2.5 L/min/m2