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Table 1 Baseline data for the patients with septic shock

From: Decreases in cerebral saturation in patients with septic shock are associated with increased risk of death: a prospective observational single center study

Patient PMHx Source of sepsis Organism Outcome CAM AKI SOFA APACHE Mechanical ventilation
1 EtOH abuse Lung None recovered Dead CAM+ Yes 23 24 Yes
2 HIV, IHD Lung Streptococcus pneumoniae Alive CAM− Yes 15 28 Yes
3 CHF Lung None recovered Alive CAM+ Yes 17 24 Yes
4 None Heart/lung Staphylococcus aureus Alive CAM+ Yes 18 19 Yes
5 IVDU, Hep C Bacteremia GNB Dead CAM+ Yes 22 26 Yes
6 None Abdomen None recovered Alive CAM+ No 10 15 Yes
7 Pancreatitis, EtOH, DM2 Abdomen None recovered Alive CAM− No 8 16 Yes
8 Smoker, Asthma Lung None recovered Alive CAM− No 15 18 Yes
9 DM2, HTN, IHD, UGIB Lung Pseudomonas sp. Alive CAM− Yes 15 30 Yes
10 None Lung None recovered Alive CAM− No 6 9 No
11 DM2, CMP, COPD Ischemic foot S. aureus Dead CAM+ Yes 20 26 Yes
12 CHF, CRI, RA Necrotizing fasciitis Pseudomonas Dead CAM− Yes 19 23 Yes
13 DM2, PVD Leg β-hemolytic strep Alive CAM− Yes 13 21 Yes
14 Developmental delay Abdomen Non-hemolytic Streptococcus Alive CAM− Yes 12 27 Yes
15 Autoimmune hepatitis, portal HTN, ESRD Ankle None recovered Alive CAM+ No 16 23 No
  1. PMHx past medical history, CAM-ICU confusion assessment method, AKI acute kidney injury, EtOh ethanol, HIV human immunodeficiency virus, IHD ischemic heart disease, CHF congestive heart failure, IVDU intravenous drug use, HEP C hepatitis C virus, DM2 type 2 diabetes, HTN hypertension, UGIB upper gastrointestinal bleed, CMP cardiomyopathy, COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, CRI chronic renal insufficiency, RA rheumatoid arthritis, PVD peripheral vascular disease, ESRD end-stage renal disease