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From

The Effect of Dopamine versus Norepinephrine on the Outcome of Pediatric Septic Shock

Miriam Magdy Aziz, Hala Mohammed Amin Fouad, Taher H, Abdel Rahman Emam Sayed Amin

American Journal of Medical Sciences and Medicine. 2017, 5(4), 79-90 doi:10.12691/ajmsm-5-4-3
  • Table 1. ACCM Age-specific MAP Indicating Adequate Resuscitation [5]
  • Table 2. Comparison of age variation between the study groups
  • Table 3. Comparison of sex distribution between the study groups
  • Table 4. Comparison of MODS between the study groups
  • Table 5. Comparison of MAP, CRT, HR, and UOP, before and after addition of dopamine and norepinephrine
  • Table 6. Comparison of mental status before and after addition of dopamine
  • Table 7. Comparison of MAP, CRT, HR, and UOP between two groups before and after addition of inotrope
  • Table 8. Comparison of ventilatory support between the two groups
  • Table 9a. Comparison of laboratory values between the two groups
  • Table 9b. Comparison of laboratory values between the two groups
  • Table 10. Comparison of PRISM III score, length of stay (LOS) in ED in days and duration of the use of study drug in days between the two groups
  • Table 11. Comparison of final outcome between the two groups
  • Table 12. Logistic regression with outcome as dependent variable and Age and drug as independent predicators
  • Table 13. Logistic regression with outcome as dependent variable and prism and drug as independent predicators
  • Table 14. Logistic regression with outcome as dependent variable and MODS and drug as independent predicators
  • Table 15. Logistic regression with outcome as dependent variable and mechanical ventilation and drug as independent predicators