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Clinical significance of cell population data (CPD) on Sysmex XN-9000 in septic patients with our without liver impairment

  
@article{ATM12315,
	author = {Sabrina Buoro and Michela Seghezzi and Mauro Vavassori and Paola Dominoni and Sara Apassiti Esposito and Barbara Manenti and Tommaso Mecca and Gianmariano Marchesi and Enrico Castellucci and Giovanna AzzarĂ  and Cosimo Ottomano and Giuseppe Lippi},
	title = {Clinical significance of cell population data (CPD) on Sysmex XN-9000 in septic patients with our without liver impairment},
	journal = {Annals of Translational Medicine},
	volume = {4},
	number = {21},
	year = {2016},
	keywords = {},
	abstract = {Background: This study evaluated the clinical significance of cell population data (CPD) parameters obtained on Sysmex XN-9000 in septic patients admitted to intensive care unit (ICU) and stratified according to liver function.
Methods: The study population consisted in 84 patients, 44 of whom did not develop sepsis (NS), whereas the remaining 40 developed sepsis (SE) (n=24) or septic shock (SS) (n=16). Two hundred ostensibly healthy blood donors [healthy subjects (HS)], undergoing routine blood testing before a regular blood donation, were studied.
Results: Except for neutrophils and lymphocytes cell size (NE-FCS and LY-Z), all other CPD values were significantly different in ICU patients compared to HS. Neutrophils and monocytes fluorescence intensity (NE-SFL and MO-X) values were significantly higher in SS compared to sepsis and not develop sepsis patients. The value of many parameters was also different according to liver function. Overall, MO-X and neutrophils fluorescence intensity (NE-SFL) exhibited the best performance for diagnosing sepsis in all patients (AUC, 0.75 and 0.72), as well as in those with (AUC, 0.95 and 0.89) or without (AUC, 0.72 for both) liver impairment. These parameters were also significantly correlated with Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score.
Conclusions: This study suggested that some novel CPD parameters (namely NE-SFL and MO-X) may provide useful information for diagnosis and management of sepsis.},
	issn = {2305-5847},	url = {http://atm.amegroups.com/article/view/12315}
}