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Abdominal infection plays a role in the incidence of ventilator-associated pneumonia

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Figure 2: Cumulative occurrence of death.

Mentions: In total, 2,623 patients were included, of which 290 had an IIA. A total of 862 patients (33%) developed a VAP, 56 (19%) in the IIA group and 806 (34%) in the non-IIA group (P < 0.01). VAP, after sepsis, occurred less frequently and later in patients with IIA. The occurrence of IIA, in comparison with another sepsis, is a protective factor against VAP (HR = 0.643 (0.478 to 0.863), P = 0.003). There is, however, no significant difference between the groups in terms of ICU mortality (28% vs. 32%, P = 0.16). See Figures 1 and 2.


Abdominal infection plays a role in the incidence of ventilator-associated pneumonia
Cumulative occurrence of death.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 2: Cumulative occurrence of death.
Mentions: In total, 2,623 patients were included, of which 290 had an IIA. A total of 862 patients (33%) developed a VAP, 56 (19%) in the IIA group and 806 (34%) in the non-IIA group (P < 0.01). VAP, after sepsis, occurred less frequently and later in patients with IIA. The occurrence of IIA, in comparison with another sepsis, is a protective factor against VAP (HR = 0.643 (0.478 to 0.863), P = 0.003). There is, however, no significant difference between the groups in terms of ICU mortality (28% vs. 32%, P = 0.16). See Figures 1 and 2.

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