Table 1.

Demographic and clinical characteristics of patients

No AKIRiskInjury/Failure
Total (male/female)102 (62/40)44 (29/15)21 (10/11)
Age (yr)1.7 (0.4–9.5)0.8 (0.2–5.5)2.0 (0.4–11.4)
Height (cm)83.0 (62.5–131.0)69.0 (56.5–108.2)86.0 (60.5–145.1)
Height (percentile)27.0 (4.0–71.0)27.5 (0.5–73.5)27.0 (2.8–77.3)
Weight (kg)11.4 (6.1–32.4)7.8 (4.6–23.3)12.7 (6.4–40.5)
Weight (percentile)36.0 (12.0–73.0)32.0 (2.5–69.5)22.0 (1.8–81.3)
IBW (percentile)100.0 (91.0–111.0)100.0 (90.8–116.5)102.0 (85.0–113.8)
BMI (kg/m2)16.8 (15.0–19.5)16.0 (14.4–18.3)16.4 (14.3–21.0)
PRISM III3 (1–7)6 (3–11)a7 (5–10.3)b
PELOD10 (1–12)11 (1.5–12)11 (10–20.3)
PICU LOS6.5 (5–10)8 (5.5–12)7 (4–20.8)
Hospital LOS13 (9–23)14 (11–22.5)20 (8.8–41.3)
  • Data are median (25th–75th percentile). IBW, ideal body weight; BMI, body mass index; PRISM III, Pediatric Risk of Morality Score; PELOD, Pediatric Logistic Organ Dysfunction; PICU, pediatric intensive care unit; LOS, length of stay.

  • a Mann–Whitney test, risk versus no risk (P=0.02).

  • b Mann–Whitney test, injury/failure versus no risk (P=0.02).