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Table 1 Patients’ characteristics

From: Acute fibrinolysis shutdown occurs early in septic shock and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality: results of an observational pilot study

Healthy group
Age (years) 60 (56.3–65.0)
Gender (male) 20 (66.7%)
ASA status I; II; III; IV; V 3 (10.0%); 16 (53.3%); 11 (36.7%); 0; 0
Surgical group
Age (years) 60 (55.5-73.5)
Gender (male) 21 (67.7%)
ASA status I; II; III; IV; V 2 (6.7%); 16 (53.3%); 12 (40.0%); 0; 0
Site of surgery (double naming feasible)
 Liver 8 (25.8%)
 Pancreas 14 (45.2%)
 Gastrointestinal 23 (74.2%)
Septic group
Age (years) 63.5 (53.8–73.0)
Gender (male) 23 (76.7%)
SOFA score (at Onset) 13.0 (12.0–14.5)
APACHE II (at Onset) 28.0 (25.3–32.8)
Primary site of infection/septic focus (double naming feasible)
 Surgical focus 28 (93.3%)
 Medical focus
  Pneumonia 5 (16.7%)
  Urinary tract infection 1 (3.3%)
Outcome
 Survivor 30 days 18 (60.0%)
  1. Data are presented by median and interquartile range (Q1–Q3) or number and percentage
  2. ASA status American Society of Anesthesiologists physical status classification system, SOFA score sepsis-related organ failure assessment  score, APACHE II score Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II score