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Table 2 Systemic hemodynamic parameters measured in control animals

From: Hemodynamic consequences of intravenously given E. coli suspension: observations in a fulminant sepsis model in pigs, a descriptive case–control study

Parameters Time point of measurement
TR (n = 15) T60 (n = 15) T120 (n = 15) T180 (n = 15) T240 (n = 15) T300 (n = 6) T360 (n = 6) p value
MAP
(mmHg)
102
96.5–110.7
103
92–108.7
96
87–109.7
100
89–110
99
85.2–109
102
93–103
92
80–99
< 0.001
Pulse rate
(1/min)
92
81.5–102
94
77–103
88
83–103
94
85–97
88
81.5–95.5
87.5
82–96
83.5
81–87
0.98
CI
(l/min/m2)
2.27
1.8–2.9
2.4
1.6–2.8
2.2
1.4–2.6
2.3
1.6–2.6
2.0
1.7–2.7
1.8
1.6–2.5
1.9
1.5–2.1
0.18
SVRI
(dyn s cm−5 m2)
2855 2452–3125 2991
2771–3291
3238
2906–3867
3138
2510–4040
3113
2799–4450
4454
3388–4700
4054
3657–4740
< 0.01
GEDI
(ml/m2)
411
353–520
414
320–479
389
308–465
395
305–484
373
312–447
230
181–350
207
188–350
0.37
SVV
(%)
13
11–17
15
11–18
15
11–19
15.5
11–19
14
9.7–20
16.5
12–19
17
14–18
0.79
GEF
(%)
29
23–34
27.5
23–34
27
21.2–28
26
23–28
26
23–29
26
25–28
26
24–29
0.02
EVLWI
(ml/kg)
13
9.6–16.7
14
9.2–18
16
8.5–19
15
7.7–18.2
13.5
8–17
9.5
6–13
10
6–14
0.07
  1. Medians and IQRs are presented. TR = resting state, T60–T360 = minutes after starting the injection of the E. coli suspension