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Table 3 Laboratory parameters of subjects with bronchiectasis with and without cardiovascular disease

From: Clinical impact of cardiovascular disease on patients with bronchiectasis

 Bronchiectasis (n = 404)Bronchiectasis with cardiovascular disease (n = 199)P-value
WBC, ×109 cells/L8.40 ± 5.038.82 ± 4.110.551
Neutrophils, %72.59 ± 12.0575.48 ± 10.100.003
Haemoglobin, g/L123.05 ± 19.74125.56 ± 22.440.329
Platelet, ×109 cells/L196.89 ± 83.96195.24 ± 88.470.480
CRP, IU/mL28.53 ± 44.6929.89 ± 38.820.168
ESR, mm/h41.07 ± 29.1836.03 ± 30.610.168
Albumin, mg/dL37.90 ± 5.0936.86 ± 4.280.095
K+, mmol/L3.98 ± 0.474.05 ± 0.610.009
Na+, mmol/L140.18 ± 4.51139.52 ± 4.300.468
Cl, mmol/L99.41 ± 5.2396.09 ± 7.100.001
Ca+, mmol/L2.22 ± 0.362.20 ± 0.140.697
BUN, mol/L5.55 ± 3.356.04 ± 3.360.069
Blood glucose, mmol/L6.23 ± 2.476.56 ± 2.580.062
BNP, pg/L1365.22 ± 2996.113602.01 ± 6297.81< 0.001
Cholesterol, mol/L4.09 ± 0.974.16 ± 1.840.171
Triglyceride, mol/L1.16 ± 0.671.13 ± 0.600.772
D-dimer, mg/L0.69 ± 1.1051.00 ± 1.676< 0.001
PO2, kPa10.11 ± 3.2010.26 ± 3.500.018
PCO2, kPa6.59 ± 1.697.34 ± 1.830.02
SO2, %92.95 ± 7.5592.19 ± 7.150.271
  1. Data are presented as the mean ± SD or %, unless otherwise stated. WBC white blood count, CRP C-reactive protein, ESR erythrocyte sedimentation rate, BUN serum urea nitrogen, BNP brain natriuretic peptide, PO2 oxygen tension, PCO2 carbon dioxide tension, SO2 oxygen saturation. The data presented in bold type are statistically significant