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Table 1 Characteristics and clinical parameters at ICU admission

From: Pulse oximetry-based capillary refilling evaluation predicts postoperative outcomes in liver transplantation: a prospective observational cohort study

Variables
Recipient characteristics age (years) 52 (43–60)
male sex 17 (51.5%)
body weight (kg) 57.7 (53.3–68.0)
Child–Pugh score 10 (8–12)
MELD score 15 (10–19)
perioperative ascites 13 (39.4%)
Clinical parameters at ICU admission body temperature (°C) 37.2 (36.6–37.6)
heart rate (/min) 101 (95–109)
mean arterial pressure (mmHg) 73 (66–83)
usage of vasoactive agents 11 (33.3%)
lactate (mg/dL) 5.4 (2.9–9.1)
total bilirubin (mg/dL) 3.1 (2.2–6.0)
PT-INR 1.37 (1.26–1.50)
portal venous flow velocity (cm/sec) 54.8 (37.5–82.1)
  1. Summary statistics are reported as No. (%), medians (lower and upper quartiles)
  2. MELD the model for end-stage liver disease, PT-INR prothrombin time international normalized ratio