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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of neonates in the moderate and severe HIE and NAIS groups upon admission (within 12 h of age)

From: Cytokine production pattern of T lymphocytes in neonatal arterial ischemic stroke during the first month of life—a case study

  Moderate HIE (n = 17) Severe HIE (n = 11) NAIS (n = 4)
Male gender (%) 10 (59%) 7 (64%) 2 (50%)
Birthweight (g) 3330 [2860–3605] 3000 [2490–3300] 3115 [2540–3885]
Gestational age (week) 39 [37–40] 38 [37–40] 39.5 [38.25–40]
No. of C-sections (%) 10 (59%) 8 (73%) 3 (75%)
Apgar at 1 min 3 [0.5–4.5] 1 [0–3] 4b [3–5]
Apgar at 5 min 6 [5–7] 2a, b [0–4] 5.5b [5, 6]
Apgar at 10 min 7 [5–8] 4a [1.75–5.25] 7b [6, 7]
Worst pH 7.03 [6.87–7.12] 6.86 [6.62–7.06] 6.94 [6.88–7.00]
Worst BD (mmol/L) 18.05 [16.65–21.28] 20.4 [19.38–23.5] 14b [14–17]
S100 (μg/L) 7.5 [2.33–28.85] 21.8 [3.8–30.0] 3.6b [1.88–18.35]
LDH (U/L) 2072 [1371–5274] 3335 [1879–5792] 1874 [1676–3187]
  1. Data are presented as median and interquartile range; a = moderate vs severe HIE, p < 0.05; b = severe HIE vs NAIS, p < 0.05