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A dataset with artificial daily lab data for a patient with Yellow Fever (YF). The table comprises laboratory findings for the patient from day 3 of illness onset until day 9 (after which the patient died). YF viral DNA was found in serum samples from day 3, where the viral load reached 14,000 copies per mL. Several medical interventions were taken to help the patient, including the administration of fresh frozen plasma, platelets, red cells, and coagulation factor VIII. The patient also received advanced support treatment in the form of mechanical ventilation and plasmapheresis. Though the patient's temperature remained stable during their illness, unfortunately, the patient's condition did not improve. On days 7 and 8, the patient's health declined further, with symptoms such as nosebleeds, gastrointestinal bleeding, and hematoma.

Usage

illness

Format

A tibble with 39 rows and 11 variables:

test

The name of the test.

units

The measurement units for the test.

day_3,day_4,day_5,day_6,day_7,day_8,day_9

Measurement values associated with each test administered from days 3 to 9. An NA value indicates that the test could not be performed that day.

norm_l,norm_u

Lower and upper bounds for the normal range associated with the test.

Details

The various tests are identified in the test column. The following listing provides the full names of any abbreviations seen in that column.

  • "WBC": white blood cells.

  • "RBC": red blood cells.

  • "Hb": hemoglobin.

  • "PLT": platelets.

  • "ALT": alanine aminotransferase.

  • "AST": aspartate aminotransferase.

  • "TBIL": total bilirubin.

  • "DBIL": direct bilirubin.

  • "NH3": hydrogen nitride.

  • "PT": prothrombin time.

  • "APTT": activated partial thromboplastin time.

  • "PTA": prothrombin time activity.

  • "DD": D-dimer.

  • "FDP": fibrinogen degradation products.

  • "LDH": lactate dehydrogenase.

  • "HBDH": hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase.

  • "CK": creatine kinase.

  • "CKMB": the MB fraction of creatine kinase.

  • "BNP": B-type natriuetic peptide.

  • "MYO": myohemoglobin.

  • "TnI": troponin inhibitory.

  • "CREA": creatinine.

  • "BUN": blood urea nitrogen.

  • "AMY": amylase.

  • "LPS": lipase.

  • "K": kalium.

  • "Na": sodium.

  • "Cl": chlorine.

  • "Ca": calcium.

  • "P": phosphorus.

  • "Lac": lactate, blood.

  • "CRP": c-reactive protein.

  • "PCT": procalcitonin.

  • "IL-6": interleukin-6.

  • "CD3+CD4+": CD4+T lymphocytes.

  • "CD3+CD8+": CD8+T lymphocytes.

Examples

Here is a glimpse at the data available in illness.

dplyr::glimpse(illness)
#> Rows: 39
#> Columns: 11
#> $ test   <chr> "Viral load", "WBC", "Neutrophils", "RBC", "Hb", "PLT", "ALT", ~
#> $ units  <chr> "copies per mL", "x10^9 / L", "x10^9 / L", "x10^12 / L", "g / L~
#> $ day_3  <dbl> 12000.000, 5.260, 4.870, 5.720, 153.000, 67.000, 12835.000, 236~
#> $ day_4  <dbl> 4200.000, 4.260, 4.720, 5.980, 135.000, 38.600, 12632.000, 2136~
#> $ day_5  <dbl> 1600.000, 9.920, 7.920, 4.230, 126.000, 27.400, 6426.700, 14730~
#> $ day_6  <dbl> 830.000, 10.490, 18.210, 4.830, 115.000, 26.200, 4263.100, 8691~
#> $ day_7  <dbl> 760.000, 24.770, 22.080, 4.120, 75.000, 74.100, 1623.700, 2189.~
#> $ day_8  <dbl> 520.000, 30.260, 27.170, 2.680, 87.000, 36.200, 672.600, 1145.0~
#> $ day_9  <dbl> 250.000, 19.030, 16.590, 3.320, 95.000, 25.600, 512.400, 782.50~
#> $ norm_l <dbl> NA, 4.0, 2.0, 4.0, 120.0, 100.0, 9.0, 15.0, 0.0, 0.0, 10.0, 9.4~
#> $ norm_u <dbl> NA, 10.000, 8.000, 5.500, 160.000, 300.000, 50.000, 40.000, 18.~

Dataset ID and Badge

DATA-13

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Dataset Introduced

v0.10.0 (October 7, 2023)