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Table 2 Biological data of septic shock and non-septic patients at day 1, day 2 and day 7

From: High-density lipoprotein (HDL) particle size and concentration changes in septic shock patients

  At day 1 At day 2 At day 7
Median or % (Q1–Q3) p Median or % (Q1–Q3) P Median or % (Q1–Q3) p
Total serum proteins (g/L)
 Non-septic patients 64.5 (55.2–68.7) 0.16 60 (51–62) 0.01 62 (56.5–69.7) 0.06
 Septic shock 55 (49.5–65.2) 50.5 (45.5–54.2) 57 (51–52.7)
Leukocyte/mm3
 Non-septic patients 13,460 (8400–15,210) 0.53 11,270 (8630–13,790) 0.09 9070 (6970–12,200) 0.44
 Septic shock 13,925 (9000–20,155) 13,945 (10,048–17,133) 10,290 (7910–15,670)
Neutrophils/mm3
 Non-septic patients 10,710 (6318–13,895) 0.84 9640 (8605–11,565) 0.41 7620 (5033–12,833) 0.86
 Septic shock 10,120 (6850–18,900) 12,475 (6958–15,788) 7490 (5870–12,425)
LBP (µg/mL)
 Non-septic patients 39.3 (23.7–47.5) < 0.001 44.3 (37.8–49.6) 0.09 46.6 (28.9–52.5) 0.45
 Septic shock 47.9 (45–49.7) 48.9 (44.4–50.9) 48.8 (43.1–51.3)
cf-DNA (ng/mL)
 Non-septic patients 582.1 (529.3–694.3) < 0.0001 730.2 (571.8–806.5) < 0.0001 866.6 (754.4–958.9) 0.84
 Septic shock 980.9 (872.4–1323) 975.1 (841.6–1157) 835.8 (749.3–1023)
  1. Continuous variables are expressed as medians (interquartile range), and categorical variables are expressed as frequencies (percentages)
  2. A Mann–Whitney test was used for this analysis