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Endogenous melatonin in critically ill patients

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Mentions: Endogenous melatonin was found lower in critically ill patients compared with healthy subjects (Figure 1), although it showed a great individual variability and it generally maintained a night-time increase. In the univariate analysis the peak was found related to: blood creatinine (P = 0.034); patients in coma (P = 0.024); hospital mortality (P = 0.016). The AUC was found related to: SAPS II (P = 0.047); creatinine (P 0.001); AST (P 0.001); ALT (P 0.001); hospital mortality (P 0.022). Peak and AUC were found higher in nonsurvivor patients.


Endogenous melatonin in critically ill patients
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Mentions: Endogenous melatonin was found lower in critically ill patients compared with healthy subjects (Figure 1), although it showed a great individual variability and it generally maintained a night-time increase. In the univariate analysis the peak was found related to: blood creatinine (P = 0.034); patients in coma (P = 0.024); hospital mortality (P = 0.016). The AUC was found related to: SAPS II (P = 0.047); creatinine (P 0.001); AST (P 0.001); ALT (P 0.001); hospital mortality (P 0.022). Peak and AUC were found higher in nonsurvivor patients.

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