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Table 2 Haemodynamic, respiratory and echocardiographic parameters of the two groups

From: Prognostic implications of tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion/pulmonary arterial systolic pressure ratio in septic shock patients

 Survivors (n = 75)Non-survivors (n = 43)p Value
HR (bpm)89 (80, 101)107 (78, 116)0.174
MAP (mmHg)82 ± 480 ± 90.407
CVP (mmHg)9 (8, 12)10 (9, 13)0.074
PEEP (cmH2O)5 (5, 8)6 (5, 8)0.440
Pplat (cmH2O)18 (16, 20)19 (17, 22)0.031
TAPSE (mm)19.5 ± 5.115.1 ± 4.8< 0.001
PASP (mmHg)32.0 ± 9.637.9 ± 11.00.003
TAPSE/PASP (mm/mmHg)0.61 (0.50, 0.81)0.39 (0.31, 0.53)< 0.001
RVOT-FS (%)43 (34, 55)38 (30, 48)0.042
LVEF (%)58 ± 1357 ± 150.244
MAPSE (mm)14.6 ± 4.69.9 ± 0.80.012
e’ (cm/s)8.3 (6.9–10.6)7.5 (4.6, 9.1)0.043
  1. HR heart rate, MAP mean arterial pressure, CVP central venous pressure, PEEP positive end-expiratory pressure, Pplat plateau pressure, TAPSE tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion, PASP pulmonary arterial systolic pressure, RVOT-FS right ventricular outflow tract fractional shortening, LVEF left ventricular ejection fraction, MAPSE mitral annular plane systolic excursion; e’: mitral e’ velocity