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Table 1 Univariate analysis of continuous parameters within the evaluation group.

From: Predicting restoration of kidney function during CRRT-free intervals

  Outcome of CRRT-free interval p-value
  Recovery of kidney function
N = 103
Resumption of CRRT
N = 122
 
General Data    
Age (years) 70 (IQR: 65-77) 74 (IQR: 61-78) 0.662
SOFA score 8.3 (SD: 3.62) 9.2 (SD: 3.78) 0.0421
Number of CRRT cycles 1 (IQR: 1-1.75) 2 (IQR: 1-4) < 0.00012
Fluid balance
(during the last 12 h of CRRT)
   
Total balance (ml) -315 (IQR: -807 to 214) -336 (IQR: -1148 to 314) 0.742
Urine output (ml/h) 33 (IQR: 14.2-54.2) 8 (IQR: 0-20) < 0.00012
Infused synthetic colloids (ml) 0 (IQR: 0-0) 0 (IQR: 0-0) 0.612
Fluid balance
(first 8 h after end of CRRT)
   
Total balance (ml) 443 (IQR: 43-1133) 909 (IQR: 502-1361) 0.00032
Urine output (ml/h) 66 (IQR: 29-122) 10 (IQR: 0-29) < 0.00012
Infused synthetic colloids (ml) 0 (IQR: 0-0) 0 (IQR: 0-0) 0.462
Inotropes and vasoactive drugs
(8 h-maximum after end of CRRT)
   
Norepinephrine (μg/min) 0 (IQR: 0-0) 0 (IQR: 0-0) 0.282
Epinephrine (μg/min) 0 (IQR: 0-0) 0 (IQR: 0-0) 0.352
Dobutamine (μg/kg/min) 0 (IQR: 0-0) 0 (IQR: 0-0) 0.452
Hemodynamics
(Averaged 8 h after end of CRRT)
   
Mean arterial pressure (mmHg) 77 (IQR: 71-84) 73 (IQR: 67-80) 0.0132
Central venous pressure (mmHg) 11.2 (IQR: 8.6-15.3) 12.8 (IQR: 10.0-16.1) 0.0492
Heart rate (1/min) 86 (IQR: 77-94) 89 (IQR: 81-96) 0.0532
Laboratory values
(first value after end of CRRT)
   
Na+ (mmol/l) 139.9 (SD: 3.1) 139.6 (SD: 3.0) 0.491
K+ (mmol/l) 4.65 (IQR: 4.44-4.91) 4.70 (IQR: 4.40-4.90) 0.582
Creatinine (mg/dl) 1.90 (IQR: 1.50-2.60) 2.05 (IQR: 1.40-2.70) 0.982
Urea (mg/dl) 52.4 (SD: 17.7) 52.9 (SD: 19.6) 0.831
pH 7.45 (IQR: 7.42-7.48) 7.44 (IQR: 7.40-7.47) 0.0182
Standard bicarbonate (mmol/l) 26.4 (IQR: 24.4-28.6) 26.0 (IQR: 24.2-27.7) 0.172
Hemoglobin (mg/dl) 9.8 (IQR: 9.2-10.6) 9.4 (IQR: 8.7-10.4) 0.0142
Furosemide
(first 8 h after end of CRRT)
   
Total i.v. dose (mg) 50 (IQR: 0-100) 0 (IQR: 0-0) < 0.00012
  1. Normally distributed data were analyzed with the t-test for independent samples (1), not-normally distributed data with the Mann-Whitney-test (2).