Correlations between severity scores and serum concentrations of trace elements. There was no statistically significant difference between periods regarding the length of stay for the two groups [ 9 ]. Increased serum zinc and copper concentrations during ICU care were associated with a significantly lower mortality compared to decreased concentrations of zinc This result was similar to that reported by Mishra et al. No significant differences in the concentrations of Zn, Se, Cu, and Mn were evident in the serum obtained from survivors and non-survivors at the time of ICU admission. At the time of intensive care unit ICU admission, serum concentrations of zinc, selenium, copper, and manganese were lower than the normal values in In the present study, patients with normal Zn level had a longer length of stay.
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