CRIMYNE2_raw-data.csv (14.22 kB)

Data set for the CRIMYNE-2 study on the validation of perineal nerve test to diagnose polyneuropathy and myopathy in 121 patients

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posted on 12.06.2014 by Nicola Latronico, Giovanni Nattino, Bruno Guarneri, Nazzareno Fagoni, Aldo Amantini, Guido Bertolini

The data show the characteristics and the outcomes of the patients enrolled in the CRIMYNE-2 study.
surgicalStatus: surgical status on admission (nonSurgical= non surgical, emergSurgical= emergency surgical, electSurgical= elective surgical).
surgicalId_neurosurg: patient undergoing neurosurgery in the 7 days preceding or in the 24 hours following ICU admission (1=yes, 0=no).
Trauma: admission for a recent trauma (<1 week).
admReas: reason for admission (monitWean= monitoring/weaning, intTreat= intensive treatment).
neurologicalPatientAdm: patient admitted with a neurological condition on admission (1= yes, 0= no).
gcsAdm: Glasgow Coma Scale on admission.
sapsIIadm: SAPSII on admission.
sevInfections: severity of infection on admission (0= not infected on admission, 1=infection with or without SIRS, 2=SEVERE SEPSIS, 3=SEPTIC SHOCK).
maxSevInfections: maximum severity of infection during the stay (0= never infected during the stay, 1=infection with or without SIRS, 2=SEVERE SEPSIS, 3=SEPTIC SHOCK).
InconclusiveResult: whether the result were inconclusive or not (see STARD flowchart, 1= yes, 0= no).
PENT: result of the peroneal nerve electrophysiological test.
NCS: result of the complete nerve conduction study. EMG: result of the electromyography.