Electrolyte and Metabolic Disturbances in Ebola Patients during a Clinical Trial, Guinea, 2015
Johan van Griensven
, Elhadj Ibrahima Bah, Nyankoye Haba, Alexandre Delamou, Bienvenu Salim Camara, Kadio Jean-Jacques Olivier, Hilde De Clerck, Helena Nordenstedt, Malcolm G. Semple, Michel Van Herp, Jozefien Buyze, Maaike De Crop, Steven Van Den Broucke, Lutgarde Lynen, Anja De Weggheleire, and the Ebola-Tx Consortium
Author affiliations: Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium (J. van Griensven, J. Buyze, M. De Crop, S. Van Den Broucke, L. Lynen, A. De Weggheleire); Donka National Hospital, Conakry, Guinea (E.I. Bah); National Blood Transfusion Center, Conakry (N. Haba, B.S. Camara, K.J.-J. Olivier); National Center for Training and Research in Rural Health of Maferinyah, Forecariah, Guinea (A. Delamou); Médecins Sans Frontières, Brussels, Belgium (H. De Clerck, H. Nordenstedt, M. Van Herp); University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom (M.G. Semple)
Figure 2. Receiving operating curve summarizing the performance of 3-variable point-of-care (POC) and 5-variable POC+ prognostic prediction models for Ebola patients recruited for the Ebola-Tx trial, Conakry, Guinea, 2015. POC model includes blood creatinine, hemoglobin, and calcium levels. POC+ model includes the same 3 POC measurements plus the cycle threshold value of the diagnostic Ebola PCR result and the age of the patient. AUROC, area under the receiver operating curve; POC, point-of-care.
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