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Near-infrared spectroscopy to assess tissue oxygenation in patients with polytrauma: relationship with outcome

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Mentions: StO2 increased over the first 7 days only in hospital survivors (n = 29), who showed higher values as compared with healthy volunteers at days 5 and 7 (Figure 1). StO2 downslope and upslope tended to be lower in H-nonsurvivors (n = 8) (P < 0.05 at days 2 and 4) as compared with H-survivors. Tissue hemoglobin index was lower in H-no survivors over the first 7 days and tended to normalize only in H-survivors (P >0.05 vs. healthy at day 7). Five patients were discharged from the ICU but did not survive until H-discharge. At discharge from the ICU, these patients were similar to H-survivors in SOFA score, heart rate, mean arterial pressure and lactate, but showed lower StO2 downslope (-13 (-16.5, -11.7)%/minute vs. -8.6 (-11.7, -6.5)%/minute, P = 0.01).


Near-infrared spectroscopy to assess tissue oxygenation in patients with polytrauma: relationship with outcome
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Mentions: StO2 increased over the first 7 days only in hospital survivors (n = 29), who showed higher values as compared with healthy volunteers at days 5 and 7 (Figure 1). StO2 downslope and upslope tended to be lower in H-nonsurvivors (n = 8) (P < 0.05 at days 2 and 4) as compared with H-survivors. Tissue hemoglobin index was lower in H-no survivors over the first 7 days and tended to normalize only in H-survivors (P >0.05 vs. healthy at day 7). Five patients were discharged from the ICU but did not survive until H-discharge. At discharge from the ICU, these patients were similar to H-survivors in SOFA score, heart rate, mean arterial pressure and lactate, but showed lower StO2 downslope (-13 (-16.5, -11.7)%/minute vs. -8.6 (-11.7, -6.5)%/minute, P = 0.01).

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