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Table 2 Initial Laboratory data of the patients

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

Physiological Indexes Biliary acute Pancreatitis (n = 425) Hypertriglyceridemia acute Pancreatitis (n = 305) P value
Amylase 86(41,219) 69(34,159.5) 0.13
Lipase 295(107,706) 355(127.5778.5) 0.599
WBC 11(7.5,14.9) 10.4(7.7,13.6) 0.306
CRP 114(47.4173.1) 152.1(87.6210.3) P < 0.01
IL-6 60(30.4135.9) 98(51.7174.1) 0.282
Procalcitonin(PCT) 0.3(0.15,1.2) 1(0.2,3.4) 0.128
Urine toxic nitrogen 4.9(3.4,7.6) 5.1(3.7,8.8) 0.07
Creatinine 55(42,72) 60(46,84) 0.031
Total bilirubin (TBil) 19.4(13.1,31.1) 19.4(13.2,29.4) 0.381
Conjugated bilirubin(DBil) 13(4,36) 13(4,28) 0.365
Alanine aminotransferase(ALT) 37(23,73) 25(19,39) P < 0.01
Aspartate transaminase(AST) 30(21,52) 31(20,50) 0.408
Hemoglobin 107(91.5127) 106(85,133) 0.709
Blood platelet 194(134,269) 178(119,244.5) 0.058
Prothrombin time(PT) 13.4(12.5,14.5) 13.1(12.5,14.3) 0.58
Activated partial thromboplastin time(APTT) 34(29.9,39.7) 32(28,36.4) 0.147
D-Dimer 3.3(1.5,5.9) 3.6(2.0,7.1) 0.141
  1. WBC white blood cell, CRP C-reactive protein