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Table 2 Patient demographics

From: Neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio and platelet to lymphocyte ratio are superior to other inflammation-based prognostic scores in predicting the mortality of patients with gastrointestinal perforation

  All patients   Univariate analysis
  Survivors Non-survivors P value
Variables (n = 24) (n = 8)  
Age, year 74 (65.5–79) 66.5 (64.5–73) 0.58
Female 14 (58.3) 4 (50) 0.62
Male 10 (41.7) 4 (50)  
Cancer 16 (67) 6 (75) 0.69
CAD 1 0  
Diabetes 4 0  
Hypertension 8 0  
Renal disease 1 (4) 3 (38) 0.039
Observation period 36 (24–46.5) 20.5 (13.8–25.8) 0.0069
Albumin (g l−1) 19 (14.8–24) 23 (13.8–28.3) 0.406
CRP (mg l−1) 11.5 (8.3–18) 9.1 (5.4–15) 0.809
WBC (× 109 l−1) 6.3 (3.6–8.4) 4.8 (3.8–6.8) 0.552
Neutrophil count (× 109 l−1) 5.3 (2.9–7.2) 3.8 (3.2–4.9) 0.454
Lymphocyte count (× 109 l−1) 0.49 (0.36–0.78) 0.31 (0.28–0.37) 0.064
Plt count (× 104 mm−3) 17.3 (15.2–23.2) 21.1 (8.0–29) 0.484
  1. CAD coronary artery disease, CRP C-reactive protein, WBC white blood cell, Plt platelet