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Fig. 1 | World Journal of Emergency Surgery

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From: Addition of lactic acid levels improves the accuracy of quick sequential organ failure assessment in predicting mortality in surgical patients with complicated intra-abdominal infections: a retrospective study

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Receiver operation characteristic curve for patient mortality using qSOFA alone and qSOFA + lactate score. The combined qSOFA and lactate level score has a higher AUROC than qSOFA alone (AUROC = 0.754 vs. 0.717, p = 0.039, respectively). AUROC = area under receiver operating curve, qSOFA = quick sequential organ failure assessment, SOFA = sequential organ failure assessment

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