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Table 1 Physiological and laboratory data of patient 1

From: Development of acute kidney injury with massive granular casts and microscopic hematuria in patients with COVID-19: two case presentations with literature review

Day of admission, days 1 5 8 12 16 19 22 26 34 44
Day of illness, days 8 12 15 19 23 26 29 33 41 51
Renal
 Cr, mg/dL 0.59 0.41 0.62 0.43 2.22 3.30 1.62 0.99 0.56 0.39
 Urine volume, ml/day N/A 890 1775 1815 1320 2160 2515 2325 1230 1020
 Serum BUN, mg/dL 17.1 16.9 44.6 34.6 69.2 125.3 79.2 55.5 49.6 37.2
 Body weight, kg 55.0 c 54.9 57.6 58.5 56.1 56.4 54.1 55.4 52.0 e 48.4
 Urine protein a 1+ N/A 1+ 1+ +/− d +/− None +/− 1+ +/−
 Urine occult blood a 1+ N/A None +/− +/− None +/− None +/− None
 Urine RBC, /HPF N/A N/A < 1 5–9 30–49 d < 1 1–4 1–4 N/A None
 Granular cast b N/A N/A None None 4+d None None 1+ N/A None
Respiratory
 O2 Device NC MV MV MV MV MV MV MV MV VM
 PaO2/FiO2 ratio, mmHg N/A 123 206 144 148 136 137 137 233 266
Immunology
 WBC, /uL 6800 c 13200 13400 15800 14100 15400 10200 14000 13600 14000
 Lymphocyte, /uL 1200 c 790 340 550 280 540 710 490 410 1190
 CRP, mg/dL 10.45 20.37 8.02 1.53 16.17 5.92 2.02 16.32 1.51 4.29
 Platelet, × 103/uL 133 188 175 158 183 237 195 251 189 262
 D-dimer, ug/mL 1.0 6.3 > 100 28.5 24 9.8 12.2 10.4 11.9 3.5
  1. Cr Creatine, BUN Blood urea nitrogen, RBC Red blood cell, HPF High-power field, VCM Vancomycin, Conc Concentration, PaO2 Partial pressure of oxygen, FiO2 Fraction of inspiratory oxygen, WBC White blood cell, CRP C-reactive protein, N/A Not available, NC Nasal cannula, MV Mechanical ventilation, VM Venturi mask
  2. aData by dipstick
  3. bData by microscopy
  4. cData of second day of admission
  5. dData of 17th day of admission
  6. eData of 34th day of admission