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Table 1 Patient characteristics

From: Can routine perioperative haemodynamic parameters predict postoperative morbidity after major surgery?

Age (year)70.1 (7.0)
Gender (M, F)16, 34
Surgery type:
 Intra-abdominal30 (60)
 Thoracic12 (24)
 Other8 (16)
Length of stay in PACU (min)135 (45)
Length of stay in hospital (days)7.2 (3–10)
Length of stay in ICU (days)1.1 (0–2)
ASA Grade
 II15 (30)
 III or IV35 (70)
BMI27.9 (5.5)
Frailty scale2 (2–3)
Metabolic equivalents (MET)4 (2–6)
Diabetes8 (16)
Hypertension35 (70)
Congestive cardiac failure3 (6)
Coronary artery disease11 (22)
Previous MI2 (4)
Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)5 (10)
Peripheral vascular disease10 (20)
Surgery for cancer this admission35 (70)
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease14 (28)
Preoperative creatinine (μmol L-1)82 (21)
Postoperative creatinine (μmol L-1)84 (32)
NSQIP (%)14.4 (12.7–16.0)
Duration of surgery (min)180 (103)
Anaesthetic technique:
 GA alone24 (48)
 Regional alone8 (16)
 Combined18 (36)
  1. All data are shown as mean (SD), median (25%—75% range) or N (%)