Correlation Engine 2.0
Clear Search sequence regions

Sizes of these terms reflect their relevance to your search.

In this paper, a data-enabled analysis of the prognostic risk factors of sepsis patients in the intensive care unit is presented. For this purpose, we have selected 220 sepsis patients, preferably those admitted to the intensive care unit for treatment in a tertiary a hospital in Tianjin from June 2018 to June 2019 and received complete data as the research objects, to explore the prognostic risk factors of sepsis patients in the intensive care unit. All patients met the SSC sepsis diagnosis guidelines and recorded the patients' age, gender, underlying disease, and infection site. Laboratory indicators, such as blood routine, electrolytes, arterial blood gas, liver function, and renal function, were collected within 24 hours of admission. Furthermore, the corresponding specimens were cultured for pathogenic microorganisms according to the site of infection. The LAC value was measured at admission and 24 h after admission, and the 24 h lactate clearance rate was calculated. The Acute Physiological and Chronic Health Status Score II (APACHE-II) and SOFA score were calculated, which were based on the worst value of the index within 24 hours after admission. According to the prognosis of patients during hospitalization, they are divided into two groups: (i) survival group and (ii) death group. We entered all the data into Excel and used SPSS21.0 statistical software for data analysis and processing. Quantitative data are tested for normality. Quantitative data for normal distribution are expressed as mean ± standard deviation, and normal distribution and uniform variance are measured. The factors affecting the prognosis of patients with sepsis were first subjected to a single-factor logistic regression analysis, and a multiple logistic regression analysis was performed on the basis of the significance of the single-factor analysis. The results found that the prognosis of patients with sepsis in the ICU is affected by multiple factors such as underlying diseases, infectious microorganisms, comorbidities, and interventional therapy. APACHE-II score, 24 h lactate clearance rate, ARDS, and DIC are independent risk factors that affect the prognosis of ICU patients. Copyright © 2022 Lina Yao et al.


Lina Yao, Lei Zhang, Chengjie Zhou. Analysis of Prognostic Risk Factors of Sepsis Patients in Intensive Care Unit Based on Data Analysis. Journal of healthcare engineering. 2022;2022:3746640

Expand section icon Mesh Tags

Expand section icon Substances

PMID: 35035827

View Full Text