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Table 1 Laboratory findings at the time of admission

From: Much caution does no harm! Organophosphate poisoning often causes pancreatitis

   <Biochemistry>  
<CBC>   Total protein 8.2 g/dl
 White blood cell 16,230/ul Albumin 5.2 g/dl
 Red blood cell 456 × 106/ul Aspartate transaminase 37 IU/l
 Hemoglobin 14.6 dl Alalime transaminase 30 IU/l
 Hematocrit 42.3% Lactate dehydrogenase 517 IU/l
 Platelet 33.1 × 104 ul Alkaline phosphatase 248 IU/l
   Cholinesterase 25 IU/l
<Coagulation Status>   Creatinine 0.37 mg/dl
 Activated partial thromboplastin time 20.9 sec Blue urea nitrogen 11.4 mg/dl
 Prothrombin time (PT) >120% Total bilirubin 0.9 mg/dl
 PT-international normalized ratio 0.83 Na 137 mEq/l
 Fibrinogen 328 mg/dl K 4.3 mEq/l
   Cl 99 mEq/l
<Arterial blood gas>   C-reactive protein 0.55 mg/dl
Under the intubation   Blood glucose 220 mg/dl
 FiO2 1 Amylase 596 IU/l
 pH 7.33 Pancreas-amylase 221 IU/l
 PaCO2 32 mmHg Lipase 435 IU/l
 PaO2 241 mmHg Trypsin >900 ng/ml
 HCO3- 16.4 mmol/l Phospholipase A2 910 ng/ml
 Base excess −8.1 Elasterse-1 1128 ng/ml
 Lactate 65 mg/dl Pancreatic secretory trypsin inhibitor 9.6 ng/ml