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Table 1 Characteristics of the research objects

From: Plasma diamine oxidase level predicts 6-month readmission for patients with hepatitis B virus-related decompensated cirrhosis

  LC (n = 255) CHB
(n = 70)
HCC
(n = 40)
HCs
(n = 12)
P value
Decompensated
(n = 135)
Compensated
(n = 120)
Male* (%) 96 (71.1%) 84 (70%) 51 (72.9%) 32 (80%) 9 (75%) 0.145
Age (year) 63 (53.5–68) 58 (50–62) 49 (40–54) 55.5 (39.25–66) 50 (40.25–51.5) 0.217
HBeAg* (+), n(%) 90 (66.7%) 63 (52.5%) 49 (70%) 20 (50%) NA 0.152
HBsAg 4416 (3325–7081) 4453 (3566–6266) 5746 (2926–7081) 4478.5 (3785–62,00) NA 0.081
HBV-DNA* (+), n(%) 99 (73.3%) 90 (75%) 59 (84.3%) 32 (80%) NA 0.095
ALT (IU/L) 78.5 (63–129.5) 111.5 (72.25–237.75) 282 (238–468) 66.5 (39.5–238.25) 31 (24–34.5) 0.000
AST (IU/L) 70.5 (51–96) 86.5 (51.25–113.5) 210.5 (183–359) 53 (36.25–133.75) 33 (25.25–37.75) 0.015
TBIL (μmol/L) 39.1 (26.2–58.7) 36.85 (23.85–49.45) 20.9 (14.6–27.5) 37 (19–73.25) 13.25 (12.525–15.225) 0.003
ALB (g/L) 31.35 (29.32–34.95) 34.75 (32.4–36.9) 44.6 (42.4–51) 36.9 (31–43.63) 47.6 (43.525–51.775) 0.000
PTA (%) 67 (60–84) 81.5 (74–90.75) 92 (89.5–104) 79.5 (64.5–90) 91 (85.75–101.25) 0.000
Cr (μmol/L) 75 (66.5–89.75) 74 (66.5–86.5) 76.5 (70–87) 88 (70.25–92.25) 70.5 (64.25–79.75) 0.216
WBC (109/L) 4.82 (3.16–9.34) 5.87 (4.48–7.29) 6.64 (5.28–7.53) 4.57 (3.315–5.65) 6.85 (5.0–7.66) 0.383
HGB (g/L) 119.5 (107–135.75) 130 (117–140.75) 148 (145–151) 130 (108–136) 146.5 (135.75–149.75) 0.000
PLT (109/L) 90.5 (55–105) 101 (88.25–144.5) 168.5 (145–205) 124 (76–200) 197.5 (176.5–239.5) 0.000
SBP*, (n,%) 21 (15.6%) NA NA NA NA NA
Ascites*, (n,%) 112 (83%) NA NA NA NA NA
GI bleeding*, (n,%) 27 (20%) NA NA NA NA NA
HE*, (n,%) 18 (13.3%) NA NA NA NA NA
Child-pugh A/B/C*, n(%) 0/90/45 (0/66.7%/33.3%) 72/48/0 (60%/40%/0%) NA NA NA 0.000
  1. HBeAg Hepatitis B e antigen, HBsAg Hepatitis B surface antigen, ALT Alanine aminotransferase, AST Aspartate aminotransferase, TBIL Total bilirubin, ALB Albumin, PTA Prothrombin activity; Cr Creatinine, WBC White blood cell, HGB Haemoglobin, PLT Platelet, SBP Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis, GI bleeding, Gastrointestinal bleeding, HE Hepatic encephalopathy
  2. Quantitative variables were expressed as the median (centile 25; centile 75)
  3. * Categorical variables were expressed as n (%)