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Table 5 Comparison of baseline clinical characteristics and outcomes between AP patients on severity classification

From: Stratified analysis and clinical significance of elevated serum triglyceride levels in early acute pancreatitis: a retrospective study

  MAP MSAP SAP  
Variable N = 573 N = 621 N = 345 P trend
Etiology, N (%)     0.004
Biliary 354 (39) 358 (39) 196 (22)  
Alcoholism 34 (33) 44 (43) 24 (24)  
Hypertriglyceridemia 26 (22) 53 (44) 41 (34)  
Idiopathic 68 (42) 69 (43) 25 (15)  
Others 91 (37) 97 (39) 59 (24)  
TG, mmol/L 2.30 ± 4.65 3.10 ± 5.97 4.34 ± 7.64 <0.001
GLU, mmol/L 6.98 ± 2.87 8.26 ± 4.38 9.74 ± 5.09 <0.001
Admission to ICU, N (%) 27 (5) 196 (32) 215 (62) <0.001
Persistent SIRS, N (%) 47 (8) 141 (23) 185 (54) <0.001
Mortality, N (%) 7 (1) 26 (4) 54 (16) <0.001
Pancreatic necrosis, N (%) 0 181 (29) 155 (45) <0.001
HVHF, N (%) 1 (0.2) 11 (2) 25 (7) <0.001
  1. MAP mild acute pancreatitis MSAP moderately severe acute pancreatitis, SAP severe acute pancreatitis, N number, TG triglyceride, GLU blood glucose, HVHF high volume hemofiltration