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Table 1 The patient’s laboratory data at the time when he exhibited septic shock

From: Citrobacter braakii bacteremia-induced septic shock after colonoscopy preparation with polyethylene glycol in a critically ill patient: a case report

Arterial blood gas analysis (3L/min of oxygen) Complete blood cell count Biochemistry Coagulation
pH 7.431 WBC 8310/μL TP 5.6 g/dL PT 56%
PaCO2 30.6 mmHg NE 97.9% Albumin 3.1 g/dL INR 1.31
PaO2 93.5 mmHg LY 1.1% AST 20 U/L APTT 28 s
HCO3 20 mmol/L MONO 0.4% ALT 9 U/L Fibrinogen 181 mg/dL
Base excess −3.2 mmol/L Hgb 9.2 g/dL T-Bil 2.08 mg/dL D-dimer 6.1 μg/mL
Lactate 5 mmol/L Hct 27.1% D-Bil 0.83 mg/dL AT3 58%
Glucose 200 mg/dL PLT 9.6 × 104/μL BUN 17.3 mg/dL  
  Creatinine 1.20 mg/dL
Na 136 mmol/L
K 3.4 mmol/L
Cl 106 mmol/L
CRP 0.86 mg/dL
Procalcitonin 39.27 ng/mL
Endotoxin ≤0.8 pg/mL
  1. WBC white blood cell count, NE neutrophils, LY lymphocytes, MONO monocytes, Hgb hemoglobin, Hct hematocrit, PLT platelet count, PT prothrombin time, INR international normalized ratio, APTT activated partial thromboplastin time, AT3 antithrombin 3, TP total protein, AST aspartate transaminase, ALT alanine transaminase, T-Bil total bilirubin, D-Bil direct bilirubin, BUN blood urea nitrogen, Na sodium, K potassium, Cl chlorine, CRP C-reactive protein