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Table 1 Comparison of the baseline data between the two groups of study objects

From: Clinical significance of miR-19b-3p in patients with sepsis and its regulatory role in the LPS-induced inflammatory response

ParametersHealth (n = 98)Sepsis (n = 103)P value
Mean (IQR)K–S test
(P value)
Mean (IQR) or ± SDK–S test
(P value)
Age (years)55 (43)< 0.00150 (44)0.0020.229
Gender (male/female)58/4055/480.409
BMI (kg/m2)23.51 (21.75)0.03023.40 (21.88)0.0050.315
Scr (mg/dL)1.03 (0.85)0.0371.63 (1.40)< 0.001< 0.001
Albumin (g/L)35.15 (32.63)0.02624.25 (22.02)0.007< 0.001
WBC (×109/L)8.29 (6.83)0.00217.80 ± 5.950.079< 0.001
CRP (mg/L)6.94 (4.48)0.025107.98 ± 30.050.065< 0.001
PCT (ng/mL)0.06 (0.03)< 0.0018.89 (8.15)0.011< 0.001
APACHE II score 13.50 (11.00)0.002
SOFA score 5.74 ± 1.410.200 
  1. Mean ± SD was used to express the normal distribution data, and median and interquartile range (IQR) were used to express the non-normal distribution data
  2. BMI body mass index, Scr serum creatinine, WBC white blood cell, CRP C-reactive protein, PCT procalcitonin, APACHE acute physiology and chronic health evaluation, SOFA sequential organ failure assessment