An evaluation of clinical inflammatory and coagulation markers in patients with sepsis: a pilot study
Aim: Presepsin values could assist early diagnosis and prognosis of sepsis. In sepsis, prognosis is determined according to multiple organ dysfunction, where coagulopathy is common and associated with prognosis. This study aimed to determine the correlation between presepsin value trend and prognosis, and investigate coagulation abnormality in sepsis.
Methods: We retrospectively examined 18 intensive care unit patients diagnosed with sepsis whose presepsin values at admission were ≥500 ng/mL. If presepsin values had decreased ≥50% on hospital day 6, compared to admission values, the patient was allocated into a decreased presepsin group.