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Eosinopenia as a predictor of complications in neurocritical patients
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H. Palmera
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Hospital Militar Central-Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Neurosurgery, Bogotá, Colombia
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J.N. Carreño
Affiliations:
Hospital Militar Central-Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Neurosurgery, Bogotá, Colombia
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A.C. Prieto
Affiliations:
Hospital Militar Central-Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Bogotá, Colombia
S. Robayo
Affiliations:
Hospital Militar Central-Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Bogotá, Colombia
EANS Academy. Palmera Pineda H. Oct 21, 2018; 225613; EP5075
Dr. Harold Palmera Pineda
Dr. Harold Palmera Pineda
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Eosinopenia as a predictor of mortality in critically ill patients admitted to the intensive care unit has been widely studied, however in neurocritical patients there are few studies performed. The world literature shows mostly a direct relationship between eosinopenia, complications and mortality. A cross-sectional retrospective study was carried out that included patients admitted to the neurological intensive care unit between 2016-2017 in which the relationship between eosinopenia and the complications presented in these patients was determined. A significant relationship was found between low eosinophil count at admission and the rate of complications in these patients.
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