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Table 2 Selected variables used for sepsis onset and mortality prediction

From: An interpretable risk prediction model for healthcare with pattern attention

Variables Sepsis Mortality
Anion gap \(\surd \)  
Blood urea nitrogen \(\surd \)  
Braden scale \(\surd \)  
Chlorine \(\surd \)  
Creatinine \(\surd \)  
CO2 \(\surd \)  
Diastolic blood pressure \(\surd \) \(\surd \)
FiO2 \(\surd \)  
Glasgow coma score \(\surd \)  
Glucose \(\surd \) \(\surd \)
Heart rate \(\surd \) \(\surd \)
Hematocrit \(\surd \)  
Hemoglobin \(\surd \)  
MAP \(\surd \)  
MCH concentration \(\surd \)  
Mean blood pressure \(\surd \) \(\surd \)
Pain score \(\surd \)  
Platelet \(\surd \)  
Potassium \(\surd \)  
Pulse \(\surd \)  
RBC \(\surd \)  
Respiratory Rate \(\surd \) \(\surd \)
Sodium \(\surd \)  
SPO2 \(\surd \) \(\surd \)
Systolic blood pressure \(\surd \) \(\surd \)
Temperature \(\surd \) \(\surd \)
WBC \(\surd \)