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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: The Changing Pattern and Implications of Multiple Organ Failure (MOF) After Blunt Injury With Hemorrhagic Shock.

Day of onset and frequency of multiple organ failure, nosocomial infection and death. MOF – multiple organ failure; NI – nosocomial infection.

Joseph P. Minei, et al. Crit Care Med. ;40(4):1129-1135.
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Figure 2. From: The Changing Pattern and Implications of Multiple Organ Failure (MOF) After Blunt Injury With Hemorrhagic Shock.

Temporal relationship of nosocomial infection (NI), multiple organ dysfunction (MOF) and mortality. No MOF/No NI – patients who never experience either condition; NI/No MOF – patients who had nosocomial infection, never had MOF; MOF 1st – patients who had MOF before a diagnosis of nosocomial infection; MOF/No NI – patients who had MOF, never had nosocomial infection; NI 1st – patients who had nosocomial infection before a diagnosis of MOF; Concurrent – patients who had MOF and nosocomial infection diagnosed on the same day.

Joseph P. Minei, et al. Crit Care Med. ;40(4):1129-1135.

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