TITLE

Organ dysfunction is associated with hyperglycemia in critically ill children

AUTHOR(S)
Kyle, Ursula; Coss Bu, Jorge; Kennedy, Curtis; Jefferson, Larry
PUB. DATE
February 2010
SOURCE
Intensive Care Medicine;Feb2010, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p312
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
To determine the association between organ dysfunction and hyperglycemia in critically ill children receiving intravenous insulin. Retrospective chart review (cohort study). Pediatric intensive care unit in a university hospital. n = 110 patients; inclusion criteria: ICU hospitalization from May 2005 to May 2006; insulin drip to manage hyperglycemia. Exclusion criteria: insulin drip <48 h; diabetic patients. Duration of hyperglycemia: sum of hours of hyperglycemia (≥126 mg/dl). Hypoglycemia (blood glucose <40 mg/dl). Organ dysfunction was determined per International Pediatric Sepsis Consensus Conference criteria. Multiple logistic regression models determined the association between ≥3 compared to <3 organ dysfunctions and hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia, and mortality, after adjustment for confounding variables (age, gender, PRISM score, vasopressors, steroids). Organ dysfunction ≥3 compared to <3 after adjustment for confounders was associated with intermittent hyperglycemia of ≥24 h (OR 6.1, CI 1.8–21.2; p = 0.004). Hyperglycemia trended towards significance with mortality [3.2 (CI 0.9–11.6, p = 0.079)]. Hypoglycemia, after adjusting for the above, was not associated with mortality. Organ dysfunction (≥3 versus <3) was significantly associated with hyperglycemia for ≥24 h and hypoglycemia. Hyperglycemia trended toward significance with mortality in critically ill children. There was no association between hypoglycemia and mortality.
ACCESSION #
47626603

 

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