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Table 1

From: Does sepsis cause increased long-term mortality? a systematic review

Author [time] Sepsis subtype Acute Mortality Sepsis Post-Acute Mortality Sepsis Description of Controls Acute Mortality Controls Post-Acute Mortality Controls Analysis feature for causality
Ghelani D et al [5 years] (a) ICU Admission (b) Nosocomial (a) 41.9% (b) 64.5% (a) 26.5% (b) 15.1% (a) Non sepsis ICU (b) Infected Hospital (c) Non infected Hospital (a) 25.5% (b) 9.5% (c) 2.5% (a) 31.5% (b) 28.6% (c) 18.8% Multivariable adjustment
Korosec-Jagodic H et al [2 years] Sepsis 58.0% 11.0% Trauma 38.0% 5.0% -
Quartin AA et al [1 year] (a) Uncomplicated Sepsis (b) Severe sepsis (c) Septic shock (a) 23.0% (b) 47.0% (c) 57.0% (a) 23.0% (b) 24.0% (c) 23.0% 3 risk adjusted hospital controls for each sepsis subtype (a) 8.0% (b) 10.0% (c) 9.0% (a) 16.0% (b) 18.0% (c) 17.0% Multivariable adjustment
Regazzoni CJ et al [1 year] Severe sepsis 21.8% 37.2% Non-septic patients 14.7% 20.3% Multivariable adjustment