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Table 1 Complete blood count, CRP and cultures on acute phase of sepsis.

From: Rest energy expenditure is decreased during the acute as compared to the recovery phase of sepsis in newborns

Subject Hb (g/dl) Hct (%) NI Leukocyte/mm3 Platelet/mm3 CRP (mg/l) Identified bacteria
1 8.8 24 0.23 23500 32000 - HMC: Staphylococcus coagulase
2 10.6 30 0.02 12000 31400 9.82 HMC: Klebsiella pneumoniae
3 14.4 41 0.20 8000 480000 - HMC: Escherichia coli
4 9.6 27 0.11 18700 72000 36.40 HMC: Streptococcus pyogenes
5 13.6 39 0.02 16400 16000 9.30 HMC: Enterobacter cloacae
6 13.6 38 0.20 21000 193000 - HMC: Streptococcus pyogenes
7 14.7 42 0.01 14900 560000 - HMC: Staphylococcus aureus
8 18.3 52 0.10 6500 111000 14.20 HMC: Enterobacter aglomerans
9 7.8 21.1 0.22 4900 72000 203.00 HMC: Staphylococcus aureus
10 12.0 34 0.21 10100 206000 3.30 HMC: Enterobacter aglomerans
11 8.5 24 0.02 10300 610000 - HMC: Enterobacter cloacae
12 9.2 26 0.20 11000 72000 132.20 HMC: Staphylococcus aureus
13 10.6 32 0.21 20600 144000 57.50 Pus articulation Staphylococcus aureus
14 7.9 24 0.04 3700 200000 37.30 LCR: Neisseria meningitidis
15 12.5 36 0.20 11800 272000 21.00 HMC: Corynebacterium sp
16 10.0 28 0.30 4800 80000 - HMC: Enterococcus faecalis
17 11.5 31 0.30 3900 186000 - Ascitic liquid: Pseudomonas aeruginosa
18 11.1 32 0.20 21700 350000 - HMC: Staphylococcus aureus
19 9.4 27 0.20 24900 429000 - HMC: Enterococcus faecalis
  1. CRP: C-reactive protein; Hb: Hemoglobin; Hct: Hematocrit; NI: Neutrophil Index.