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Table 1 Characteristics of patients with acute cholinesterase inhibitor poisoning (N = 6832)

From: One-year mortality among hospital survivors of cholinesterase inhibitor poisoning based on Taiwan National Health Insurance Research Database from 2003 to 2012

Characteristics  
Age, mean ± SD, years old 55.39 ± 16.44
Female Sex, N (%) 2038 (29.8)
Comorbidities
 Diabetes mellitus, N (%) 773 (11.3)
 Hypertension, N (%) 909 (13.3)
 Coronary artery disease, N (%) 192 (2.8)
 Cerebrovascular accident, N (%) 177 (2.6)
 Chronic renal failure, N (%) 53 (0.8)
 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, N (%) 111 (1.6)
 Asthma, N (%) 45 (0.7)
 Liver failure, N (%) 30 (0.4)
Interventions
 Atropine use, N (%) 3653 (53.5)
 Pralidoxime use, N (%) 3479 (50.9)
 Hemodialysis, N (%) 124 (1.8)
 Mechanical ventilation, N (%) 2010 (29.4)
Pneumonia, N (%) 492 (7.2)
Hospital mortality, N (%) 900 (13.2)
Hospital days, mean ± SD 9.21 ± 11.60
  1. Data are presented as mean ± SD or N (%)