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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of the 22 trauma patients on day 1 and on day 5 after the onset of trauma

From: Changes in urine composition after trauma facilitate bacterial growth

Variables   D1 D5
Ages, years (mean ± SD) 35 ± 14   
Male, n (%) 15 (68%)   
ISS (mean ± SD)   30 ± 12  
SAPS II (mean ± SD)   33 ± 16  
SOFA score (mean ± SD)   6 ± 3 3 ± 4
Patients with invasive MV, n (%)   16 (73%) 11 (50%)
Patients with catecholamines, n (%)   16 (73%) 5 (23%)
Patients with antibiotics, n (%)   16 (73%) 2 (9%)
Urine output, mL/24h (mean ± SD)   1800 ± 890 2500 ± 1000
  1. MV Mechanical ventilation, ISS Injury Severity Score, SAPS II Simplified Acute Physiology Score, SOFA Systemic Organ Failure Assessment, D1 on day 1, D5 on day 5.