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Figure 1. Trends over time of markers of liver dysfunction in the fish oil (solid line) and in the soybean oil control cohorts (dashed line), from baseline in week 0 (starting admnistration of fish oil emulsion in the fish oil cohort and reaching the second direct bilirubin > 2 mg/dL in the soybean oil control cohort) until the end of follow-up of the majority of subjects. From: Parenteral Fish Oil Improves Outcomes in Patients with Parenteral Nutrition Associated Liver Injury.

Points represent medians (equivalent to the geometric mean) and vertical bars represent interquartile ranges. P represent p-values testing differences between the two study groups of linear trends over time in the natural logarithm of the corresponding test and were estimated based on a longitudinal model with a generalized estimating equation approach.

Mark Puder, et al. Ann Surg. ;250(3):395-402.
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Figure 2. Trends over time of markers of essential fatty acid deficiency and coagulopathy in the fish oil (solid line) and in the soybean oil control cohorts (dashed line), from baseline in week 0 (starting admnistration of fish oil emulsion in the fish oil cohort and reaching the second direct bilirubin > 2 mg/dL in the control cohort) until the end of follow-up of the majority of subjects. From: Parenteral Fish Oil Improves Outcomes in Patients with Parenteral Nutrition Associated Liver Injury.

Points represent medians (equivalent to the geometric mean) and vertical bars represent interquartile ranges. P represent p-values testing differences between the two study groups of linear trends over time in the natural logarithm of the corresponding test and were estimated based on a longitudinal model with a generalized estimating equation approach.

Mark Puder, et al. Ann Surg. ;250(3):395-402.

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