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Table 2 Baseline characteristics of septic survivors and non-survivors

From: Low levels of CD72 and CD100 expression on circulating lymphocytes in immunosuppressive phase of sepsis is associated with mortality in septic patients

Parameters Survivor Non-survivor Overall population P
Number 38 16 54 NA
Age (years) 49 (45–56) 50 (45–61) 49 (45–56) 0.458
Male, n (%) 31 (81.6%) 12 (75%) 43 (79.6%) 0.714
WBC (10^9/L) 14.22 (12.43–15.77) 14.85 (13.68–17.45) 14.23 (13.09–16.44) 0.0709
LC (10^9/L) 0.89 (0.75–1.05) 0.77 (0.66–0.90) 0.86 (0.71–1.03) 0.0316
SOFA score 7 (6–9) 10 (9–13) 8 (6–10) <0.0001
SAPS II 28 (24–34) 43 (31–50) 31 (25–42) 0.0011
APACHE II score 14 (12–16) 19 (16–22) 15 (13–19) 0.0005
CRP (mg/L) 124.5 (101.1–148.3) 137.3 (117.4–175.2) 126.9 (105.7–157.1) 0.076
IgM (g/L) 0.85 (0.78–1.01) 0.73 (0.63–0.91) 0.84 (0.75–0.95) 0.0067
IL-6 (pg/ml) 80 (68–91.08) 93.01 (81.01–100.9) 83.13 (72.8–94.26) 0.0114
IL-10 (pg/ml) 83.72 (70.76–97.9) 94.44 (80.86–104.4) 87.6 (75.33–100.6) 0.1093
CD100+/CD4+ T cells % 66.4 (54.9–75.6) 53.9 (46.4–65.5) 61.8 (50.1–71.5) 0.0174
CD100+/CD8+ T cells % 73.3 (63.1–77.9) 54.4 (48.9–69) 70.8 (56.2–76.3) 0.0003
CD72+/CD19+ B cells % 68.4 (59.1–74.5) 54.9 (46–66.4) 65.8 (55.6–73.2) 0.0018
  1. Data are shown as median (interquartile ranges), frequencies and percentages. The comparisons just performed between survivors and non-survivors, using Student’s t test or Mann-Whitney U test. NA Not applicable, WBC Counts of white blood cell, LC Counts of lymphocyte, SOFA Sequential organ failure assessment, APACHE II Acute physiology and chronic health evaluation II, SAPS II Simplified acute physiology score II, CRP C-reaction protein, IgM Immunoglobulin M, IL interleukin