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Table 2 Demographics

From: Perspectives of continuous renal replacement therapy in the intensive care unit: a paired survey study of patient, physician, and nurse views

Patient/HCP Demographics  
Age, mean (range, standard deviation) 56 years (35–90 years, 14)
Patient (n = 4/32) 61 years (35–90 years, 14)
HCP (n = 28/32) 55 years (33–80 years, 14)
Male Gender 21 (66 %)
Reason for CRRT  
AKI 25 (78 %)
ESRD 7 (22 %)
Race  
White 23 (72 %)
Black 4 (13 %)
Non-black Hispanic 3 (9 %)
Other 2 (6 %)
Highest Level of Education  
Did not complete high school 1 (3 %)
Completed high school 11 (34 %)
Partial college 6 (19 %)
Completed college 10 (31 %)
Post-graduate 4 (13 %)
Patient Location  
Medical ICU 23 (72 %)
Cardiac ICU 9 (28 %)
Primary Diagnosis  
Sepsis/Infection 12 (38 %)
Cardiogenic Shock 5 (16 %)
Liver disease/Cirrhosis 5 (16 %)
Pancreatitis 2 (6 %)
Hemorrhagic Shock 2 (6 %)
Other 6 (19 %)
Survived to Discharge (Patients) 18 (56 %)
Recovered Renal Function (of n = 15 AKI patients who survived to discharge) 12 (80 %)
Level of Training of MDs  
Attending 7 (22 %)
Fellow 4 (13 %)
Resident 21 (66 %)
Post graduate year (PGY) 1 3 (9 %)
PGY 2 9 (28 %)
PGY 3 or 4 9 (28 %)
  1. All data for patient/HCP categories correspond to the survey responder unless otherwise noted