Intensive Care Unit study data
200 observations (rows)
and 14 variables (columns).
A sample of 200 subjects who were part of a
study on survival of patients admitted to an adult
intensive care unit (ICU).
The observed variable values were modified to protect patient confidentiality.
Vital status (
Service, when admitted to ICU (
Cancer part of present problem? (
Chronic renal failure? (
when admitted to ICU? (
Cardiopulmonary resuscitataion prior
to ICU admission? (
Systolic blood pressure (mmHG) when admitted to ICU.
Heart rate when admitted to ICU.
Previous admission to ICU
within 6 months? (
Type of admission (
Fracture present (long bone, multiple,
neck, single area or hip)? (
pO2 from initial blood gases (
pH from initial blood gases (
pCO2 from initial blood gases (
initial blood gases (
Level of consciousness
when admitted to ICU (
H&L 2nd ed. Page 22, Section 1.6.1.
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