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Table 5 Values of the most common variables in the 8 external models and the test cohort

From: Predicting clinical outcomes among hospitalized COVID-19 patients using both local and published models

Characteristics Age (N = 8) CRP (mg/L) (N = 8) Cr (mg/dl) (N = 7) LDH (U/L) (N = 6) Lymph (1000/uL) (N = 6) Lymph/WBC (N = 6) Neut (1000/uL) (N = 4)
Model cohort
A 58.8 26.3* N/A 274 N/A 0.14 N/A
B 48.9 34.8 0.86 314 1.4 N/A 4.1
C 56.5 21.1 1.08 148 N/A 0.24 N/A
D 65.0 22.5 0.78 272 1.1 0.19 4
E 65.0 6.2 0.76 N/A 1.3 0.23 3.9
F 62.0 64.5 0.83 362 0.8 0.11 N/A
G 63.5 41.3 0.84 345 0.9 0.14 N/A
H 61.0 2.7 0.72 N/A 1.4 N/A 3.5
Total (Mean, (SD)) 60.1 (5.4) 27.4 (19.8) 0.84 (0.12) 286 (77) 1.1 (0.3) 18% (5) 3.9 (0.3)
UIH cohort**
Mean (SD) 53.3 (18.5) 98.6 (86.7) 1.93 (2.63) 386 (521) 1.3 (1) 18% (11) 5.8 (3.6)
Median (IQR) 55 (40–67) 75.2 (32–146) 1.02 (0.8–1.6) 297 (230–417) 1.1 (0.7–1.5) 16% (10–24) 4.7 (3.3–7.3)
  1. * Bolded, italicized, underlined values represent variables used in the final models
  2. **These values are for the entire cohort, validate and test, N = 516
  3. Cr creatinine, CRP C reactive peptide, IQR interquartile range, LDH lactate dehydrogenase, Neut neutrophile count, Lymph lymphocyte count, Lymph/WBC lymphocyte to white blood cell ratio, SD standard deviation, UIH University of Illinois Hospital