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Table 1 Selected demographic and clinical patient characteristics

From: Bone ultrasound velocity in pediatric intensive care unit: a pilot study

Patient Age (years) Gender Diagnosis Chronic diseases Medications
1 15 F Retropharyngeal mass None 1,3,4
2 10 M Acute myoglobinuria None 1,4
3 0.04 F Bilateral pyeloplasty UPJ stenosis 1,4
4 7 M Pneumococcal sepsis, coma Trisomy 21 1,3
5 2 M Tracheitis None 1,4
6 1 F Lymphadenitis None 1,3,4
7 2 F Respiratory distress Prematurity, BPD.PMR* 1,3,4
8 0.5 M T-E fistula repair T-E fistula 1,4
9 1.5 F Pleuropneumonia None 1,4
10 0.3 M Near SIDS, coma None 1,3,4
11 1.5 F Caustic ingestion None 1,3,4
12 0.1 M Cardiogenic shock, infection Congenital heart disease 1,3,4
13 1 F Metabolic crisis first episode SCHAD deficiency 1,4
14 0.3 M Rotavirus enteropathy None 1,4
15 0.5 F Metabolic crisis first episode GSD type 1 1,4
16 16 M Stomach perforation Severe PMR, gastrostomy 1,2
17 13 F Perforated appendicitis None 1,3
18 0.9 M Right hemicolectomy Prematurity, BPD 1
19 6 M Respiratory failure Multisystem autoimmune disorder 1,3
  1. UPJ, ureteropelvic junction; BPD, bronchopulmonary dysplasia; PMR, psychomotor retardation; T-E, tracheoesophageal; SIDS, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome; SCHAD, short-chain hydroxyacyl-CoA dehydrogenase; GSD, glycogen storage disease. Medications: 1 - heparin, 2 - anticonvulsants, 3 - steroids, and 4 - furosemide.