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Table 1 Physiological data of injured animals (CS exposure + Txt)

From: Interaction of the hydrogen sulfide system with the oxytocin system in the injured mouse heart

  WT CSE−/− CSE−/− GYY4137 p value
Heart rate (beats/min) 330 (316; 356) 402 (390; 410)a 395 (363; 438)a 0.0140
Mean arterial pressure (mmHg) 57 (55; 59) 84 (74; 89)a 75 (63; 88) 0.0044
Glucose (mg/dl) 92 (86; 107) 76 (72; 82)a 95 (90; 104) b 0.0186
Lactate (mmol/l) 1.1 (1.0; 1.5) 0.7 (0.6; 0.8)a 0.9 (0.8; 1.1) 0.0035
Arterial base excess (mmol/l) − 10.2 (− 11.0; − 8.5) −5.7 (− 7.0; − 4.9)a − 6.9 (− 9.4; − 5.0) 0.0107
Arterial pH 7.25 (7.25; 7.28) 7.37 (7.33; 7.41)a 7.35 (7.29; 7.37) 0.0059
Urine (g) 0.6 (0.4; 0.9) 1.9 (1.7; 2.6)a 1.3 (1.2; 1.7) 0.0037
  1. Data given as median (interquartile range)
  2. aSignificant to wt
  3. bSignificant to CSE−/−