STUDY OF HAEMATOLOGICAL AND INFLAMMATORY PARAMETERS IN SEPSIS PATIENTS
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2023, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 1831-1839
AbstractAim: The aim of the present study was to assess haematological and inflammatory parameters in sepsis patients.
Methods: The study was conducted at Medical intensive care unit at Dr. DY Patil medical college and hospital, DY Patil Vidyapeeth, Pimpri, Pune from October 2020 – September 2022 and 100 cases were included in the present study. Approval was taken from institutional ethics committee before commencing the study. Informed and written consent was taken from all the patients.
Results: Among the study population, 68.00% of them were male, 32.00% of them were female. On study population, 44.00% of them diagnosed with DIC. On study population, 61.00% of them were Survivors, 39.00% of them were non-survivors. The mean platelet on admission was 117624 ± 89241.13, it was 105860 ± 85661.89 at 24 hours, it was 98990 ± 83391.29 at 48 hours. The mean D Dimer at Admission was 4073.37 ± 4361.13, it was 3956.39 ± 2432.91 at 24 hours, it was 5284.33 ± 8445.54 at 48 hours. The mean Fibrinogen at Admission was 2.07 ± 0.85, it was 1.76 ± 0.86 at 24 hours, it was 1.47 ± 0.95 at 48 hours. Among the study population, the mean ESR was 86.75 ± 97.97, the mean CRP was 73.7 ± 72.45, the mean Lactate was 28.95 ± 25.06, the mean Pro Calcitonin was 6.62 ± 3.4.
Conclusion: In uncontrolled cases of sepsis, acute organ dysfunction and shock may develop. Because of this rapid progression, it is of utmost importance that patients should be diagnosed and treated in a requisite time frame. The current literature and changing guidelines demonstrate that the bedside physical examination along with laboratory testing (haematologic and inflammatory biomarkers) are the most effective combination of parameters that clinicians can rely upon to accurately predict or diagnose sepsis in a critically ill patient.
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