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Fig. 2 | Journal of Intensive Care

Fig. 2

From: Renal replacement therapy neutralizes elevated MIF levels in septic shock

Fig. 2

Sustained lowered MIF levels are associated with decreased mortality in septic patients. a Survivors of septic shock showed lower MIF plasma levels during ICU stay compared to non-survivors. b Total MIF release was significantly lower in patients who survived septic shock. c Kaplan-Meier survival curves are displayed, showing that patients with high MIF (MIFAUC >51.9 ng/ml) had an increased short-time mortality at the ICU compared to those with low MIF (MIFAUC <51.9 ng/ml) during ICU stay

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