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Table 2 Clinical parameters on admission in the groups of patients treated with different dialysis modalities, IHD versus CRRT (n = 81; means with 95%CI)

From: Intermittent versus continuous renal replacement therapy in acute methanol poisoning: comparison of clinical effectiveness in mass poisoning outbreaks

Group of patients MAP, mmHg (kPa) GCS Coma, n (%) RR, min MV, n (%) HR, min Vasopressors/inotropes VD, n (%) D, n (%) GI, n (%) CA and RA, n (%) Alcoholism, n (%)
IHD (n = 41; 9F) 106.1 ± 6.0 (14.15 ± 0.80) 13 ± 2 8 (20%) 19 ± 1 9 (22%) 87 ± 5 6 (15%) 17 (41%) 11 (27%) 21 (51%) 2 (5%) 19 (46%)
CRRT (n = 40; 8F) 96.0 ± 7.1 (12.80 ± 0.95) 8 ± 2 25 (63%) 20 ± 2 28 (70%) 96 ± 7 23 (58%) 22 (55%) 22 (55%) 23 (58%) 5 (13%) 20 (50%)
Total (n = 81; 17F) 101.1 ± 4.9 (13.48 ± 0.65) 10 ± 1 33 (41%) 19 ± 1 37 (46%) 92 ± 4 29 (36%) 39 (48%) 33 (41%) 44 (54%) 7 (9%) 39 (48%)
P IHD/CRRT 0.026 <0.001 <0.001 0.257 <0.001 0.041 <0.001 0.223 0.010 0.570 0.222 0.742
  1. Italic text indicates statistically significant result at p < 0.05
  2. IHD intermittent hemodialysis, CRRT continuous renal replacement therapy, coma = GCS < 8, GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, VD visual disturbances, D dyspnea, GI gastrointestinal symptoms, HR heart rate, CA cardiac arrest, RA respiratory arrest, RR respiratory rate, MAP mean arterial pressure, MV mechanical ventilation