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Table 1 Clinical characteristics

From: Conventional risk prediction models fail to accurately predict mortality risk among patients with coronavirus disease 2019 in intensive care units: a difficult time to assess clinical severity and quality of care

Characteristic Value
Number of patients 444
Baseline characteristics
 Age, years, median [IQR] 68 [58, 74]
 Male (%) 342 (77.0)
 Body mass index, kg/m2, median [IQR] 25 [22, 28]
 Days from hospital admission to ICU admission, median [IQR] 0 [0, 1]
 Admission source (%)
  Emergency room 141 (31.8)
  Transfer from another hospital 159 (35.8)
  Ward 129 (29.1)
  Other 15 (3.4)
 APACHE II score, median [IQR] 16 [13, 21]
 APACHE II predicted mortality, mean % (SD) 29.8 (19.7)
 SAPS II score, median [IQR] 38 [29, 46]
 SAPS II predicted mortality, mean % (SD) 27.6 (24.5)
 APACHE III score, median [IQR] 61 [46, 79]
 APACHE III-j predicted mortality, mean % (SD) 28.5 (23.7)
 JROD predicted mortality, mean % (SD) 13.5 (16.6)
Treatments
 Renal replacement therapy (%) 61 (13.7)
 Mechanical ventilation (%) 329 (74.1)
 Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (%) 41 (9.2)
Outcomes
 Death at ICU discharge (%) 47 (10.6)
 Length of ICU stay, days, median [IQR] 9 [4, 17]
 Death at hospital discharge (%) 69 (15.5)
 Length of hospital stay, days, median [IQR] 21 [12, 33]
  1. APACHE Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation, ICU intensive care unit, IQR interquartile range, JROD Japan Risk of Death, SAPS Simplified Acute Physiology Score, SD standard deviation