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Table 1 Patient characteristics during ICU stay and mortality rate depending on coagulopathy scoring system

From: Performances of disseminated intravascular coagulation scoring systems in septic shock patients

  All patients (n = 582) Positive SIC score (n = 486/577) Positive JAAM-DIC score (n = 193/561) Positive ISTH overt-DIC score (n = 182/567)
D7-mortality, n (%) 115 (19.8) 105 (21.6) 60 (31.1) 69 (37.9)
D28-mortality, n (%) 207 (35.5) 181 (37.2) 95 (49.1) 107 (58.7)
SOFA (mean ± SD) 11.0 ± 3.2 11.2 ± 3.2 12.8 ± 2.9 12.8 ± 2.9
SAPS II (mean ± SD) 61.2 ± 19.3 64.1 ± 19.3 66.0 ± 19.2 67.8 ± 20.4
Mechanical ventilation, n (%) 518 (89.1) 437 (90.0) 180 (93.4) 172 (94.7)
Vasopressor, n (%) 582 (100) 486 (100) 193 (100) 182 (100)
Dialysis, n (%) 172 (29.5) 155 (31.9) 86 (44.5) 93 (51.1)
Nosocomial infection, n (%) 82 (14.1) 70 (14.4) 27 (14.0) 23 (12.6)
Infection source, n (%)
 Pneumonia 236 (40.5) 191 (39.3) 68 (35.2) 66 (36.3)
 Urinary tract infection 102 (17.5) 89 (18.3) 43 (22.3) 38 (20.9)
 Abdominal infection 89 (15.3) 74 (15.2) 36 (18.7) 34 (18.7)
 Catheter infection 11 (1.9) 9 (1.9) 6 (3.1) 5 (2.7)
 Positive blood culturea 136 (23.4) 114 (23.5) 53 (27.5) 52 (28.6)
 Other 75 (12.9) 65 (13.4) 18 (9.3) 18 (9.9)
Bacteria, n (%)b  
 Staphylococcus 99 (17.0) 74 (15.2) 33 (17.1) 26 (14.3)
 Pneumococcus 41 (7.0) 35 (7.2) 15 (7.8) 14 (7.7)
 Other GPC 68 (11.7) 54 (11.1) 21 (10.9) 25 (13.7)
 E. coli 118 (20.3) 105 (21.6) 44 (22.8) 46 (25.3)
 KES 90 (15.5) 78 (16.0) 28 (14.5) 28 (15.3)
 Pseudomonas 33 (5.7) 30 (6.2) 12 (6.2) 12 (6.6)
 Other GNB 84 (14.4) 69 (14.2) 27 (14.0) 27 (14.8)
 Other 38 (6.5) 36 (7.4) 5 (2.6) 8 (4.4)
  1. Scores were positive if ISTH overt-DIC score was ≥ 5 points, JAAM-DIC score was ≥ 4 points, and SIC was ≥ 4 points at day 1 or 2 after ICU admission for septic shock
  2. GNB Gram-negative bacillus, GPC Gram-positive cocci, KES Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Serratia
  3. aBacteriemia was isolated in 15 (2.6%) patients
  4. bAt least one bacteria was identified in 406 (69.8%) patients