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Table 1 Sample characteristics

From: Acute kidney injury in an intensive care unit of a general hospital with emergency room specializing in trauma: an observational prospective study

Variables  
Gender  
Male 185 (66.3)
Female 94 (33.7)
Age (years) 42,5 ± 20,7
Category of admission diagnosis  
Trauma 135 (48.4)
Neurologic 63 (22.6)
Respiratory 24 (8.6)
Cardiovascular 9 (3.2)
Sepsis 8 (2.9)
Miscellaneous 40 (14.3)
Diabetes 36 (12.9)
Length of stay (days) 8,1 ± 7,0
APACHE II 8 (0–28)
Diuretic use 109 (39.0)
Mechanical ventilation 182 (65.2)
Vasoactive therapy 74 (26.5)
Renal replacement therapy 20 (7.2)
Creatinine (mg/dL) 1.4 ± 1.4
Diuresis (mL) 3,091 ± 1,666
Acute Kidney Injury  
Yes 92 (32.9)
No 187 (67.1)
Acute Kidney Injury Stages  
1 31 (33.7)
2 27 (29.4)
3 34 (36.9)
Death  
Yes 93 (33.3)
No 186 (66.7)
  1. Data are means ± SD and percentages in parentheses, except for APACHE II: data are median and minimum and maximum values in parentheses.