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Table 1 Demographic data and baseline characteristics of the patients

From: Significantly different clinical features between hypertriglyceridemia and biliary acute pancreatitis: a retrospective study of 730 patients from a tertiary center

Characteristic Biliary acute Pancreatitis (n = 425) Hypertriglyceridemia acute Pancreatitis (n = 305) P value
Age, year 51(43,64) 40(33,47) P < 0.01
Gender, male/female 242/183 214/91 P < 0.01
BMI 22.7(20.1,25.2) 27(24.9,30.4) P < 0.01
APACHE II score 8(6,12.5) 11(7,18) P < 0.01
Hypertension 120(28.2%) 81(26.6%) 0.675
Diabetes mellitus 55(12.9%) 98(32.1%) P < 0.01
Fatty liver 64(15.1%) 134(43.9%) P < 0.01
High fat diet 62(14.6%) 130(42.6%) P < 0.01
Transfer from other hospitals 406(95.5%) 295(96.7%) 0.449
Time taken for the patients transfer to our center after onset of symptoms, Days 10(4,30) 6(3,17) 0.541
  1. BMI body mass index, APACHE II Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II