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Table 3 Vital signs and laboratory values of the study population

From: Characteristics and outcome of elderly patients admitted for acute Cholecystitis to medical or surgical wards

Vital signs/Laboratory valuesReference
Interval
AllSurgery
n = 133
Medicine n = 54p
Vital Signs ±SD
 Systolic BP 143 ± 32144 ± 32140 ± 3320.6
 Diastolic BP 74 ± 1574 ± 1474 ± 170.9
 Pulse 84 ± 1882 ± 1790 ± 20)<  0.05
 Respiratory Distress, N (%) 13 (10)4 (5)9 (24)<  0.05
Laboratory Values ±SD
 ALT (IU/L)0–55126 ± 330138 ± 36999 ± 2110.5
 AST (IU/L)5–34166 ± 550188 ± 646112 ± 1340.4
 GGT (IU/L)12–43150 ± 217122 ± 201195 ± 2510.1
 ALP (IU/L)38–150147 ± 116128 ± 87192 ± 161<  0.05
 Total Bilirubin (mg/dL)0.2–1.31.5 ± 1.31.5 ± 1.31.7 ± 1.50.4
 LDH (IU/L)125–220917 ± 2214990 ± 2596730 ± 4270.3
 Creatinine (mg/dL)0.52–1041.4 ± 3.11.4 ± 3.31.3 ± 1.20.9
 BUN (mg/dL)9–12024 ± 1621 ± 1132 ± 23<  0.05
 BUN/CRT Ratio 22 ± 820 ± 725 ± 10<  0.05
 Sodium, mEq/L135–145136 ± 4136 ± 4136 ± 60.9
 Potassium, mEq/L3.6–54.2 ± 0.64 ± 0.54.3 ± 0.8<  0.05
 WBC 103/uL3.6–1014 ± 614 ± 614.0 ± 70.7
 Neutrophils (%)50–7580 ± 1280 ± 1181 ± 120.7
 Platelets 103/uL150–450229 ± 79224 ± 74236 ± 920.7
 Hemoglobin (g/dL)12–1613 ± 214 ± 212 ± 2< 0.05
 Amylase (IU/L)30–125208 ± 625211 ± 593201 ± 7130.9
  1. BP blood pressure, BUN blood urea nitrogen, CRT creatinine, WBC white blood cells