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Demographic and Clinical Data of Patients during the first 5-day of PQ Poisoning.

By Xin Kang (715757), Da-Yong Hu (715758), Chang-Bin Li (715759), Xin-Hua Li (715760), Shu-Ling Fan (715761), Yong Liu (6908), Guang-Yu Tang (715762), Zi-Sheng Ai (715763), Tianfu Wu (156995), Chandra Mohan (157054), Xin J. Zhou (305431), Jun-Yan Liu (192782) and Ai Peng (346588)

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<p><i>Definition of abbreviations</i>: PQ = paraquat; APACHEII = Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation; SOFA = Sequential Organ Failure Assessment; continuous variable are presented as means ± SD or median (interquartile range) and categorical variable is presented as no. (%).</p><p>Note: the values of Symptom, Scoring, renal function, liver function and arterial blood gases were the peak values during the first 5-day.</p><p>Demographic and Clinical Data of Patients during the first 5-day of PQ Poisoning.</p

Topics: Uncategorised, apache, Ground Glass Opacity, Cox regression analysis.ResultsOf 97 patients, PQ poisoning, Acute Paraquat Poisoning BackgroundPulmonary injury, lung CT findings, Sequential Organ Failure Assessment, urine PQ concentration, GGO volume ratios, PQ intoxication, mortality risk factors, outcome, ii, Lung CT Predicts Mortality
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0121691.t001
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/1364053
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