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Table 3 Admission CD11b and CD64 (%) for neutrophils, monocytes, and lymphocytes in 3 groups of critically ill children compared to healthy controls

From: CD64-Neutrophil expression and stress metabolic patterns in early sepsis and severe traumatic brain injury in children

  Control TBI Sepsis Severe sepsis p value
  Values are medians (ranges)  
Neutrophils
CD11b (%) 99.6 (98–100) 98.9 (93–100) 99 (92.6-99.9) 99.6 (96.3-100) 0.29
CD64 (%) 0.9 (0.1-4.3) b,c,d 5.5 (3–11.3) c,e,f 78.8 (25.7-97.3) b,e 81.2 (17.5-97.8) d,f 0.0001a
Monocytes
CD11b (%) 96 (86–99) 96.4 (92–99) 95 (52–99) 87.4 (24–97) 0.11
CD64 (%) 87.4 (78–94) 87.9 (87–97) 90.9 (42–99) 87.3 (18–94) 0.52
Lymphocytes
CD11b (%) 22.9 (7.7-36.5) 18.3 (8.2-39.5) 16.8 (7.3-42) 9.3 (0.9-33.5) 0.043a
CD64 (%) 0.1 (0–2.6) b,c 0.6 (0.1-3.8) c 0.82 (0.3-1.5) b 0.25 (0.1-2.9) 0.01a
  1. Results are given as Median (range).
  2. a Statistically significant differences, Kruskal-Wallis test.
  3. b –f Post-hoc Mann–Whitney U-test between 2 groups (p < 0.03).
  4. TBI, Traumatic Brain Injury.