Table 1

Demography, injury severity, biochemistry, hemostasis, transfusion requirements and mortality in the 80 trauma patients investigated

Patients


N

80

Age

yrs

46 (33 to 64)

Gender

m%

68% (54)

Blunt trauma

% (n)

91% (73)

ISS

score

17 (10 to 28)

sTBI

% (n)

31% (22)

GCS (PH)

score

13 (6 to 15)

pH

7.34 (7.29 to 7.39)

SBE

mmol/l

-2.0 (-4.0 to 0.0)

Lactate

mmol/l

1.7 (1.2 to 2.7)

SatO2 (PH)

%

98 (93 to 100)

Shockindex (PH)

HR/SBP

0.62 (0.50 to 0.75)

Hemoglobin

mmol/l

8.4 (7.3 to 9)

Platelet count

109/l

208 (173 to 253)

APTT > 35 sec

%

8% (6)

INR > 1.2

%

13% (10)

Saline (PH)

ml

350 (0 to 1, 000)

MT (> 10 RBC in 24 h)

% (n)

14% (11)

Mortality

% (n)

18% (14)


Data are presented as medians (IQR) or n (%).

APTT, activated partial thromboplastin time; GCS, Glascow Coma Score scale; INR, international normalized ratio; ISS, injury severity score; MT, > 10 RBC the initial 24 hours; PH, pre-hospital at the site of injury; RBC, red blood cells; sTBI, severe Traumatic Brain Injury, Abbreviated Injury Score head > 3

Johansson et al. Critical Care 2011 15:R272   doi:10.1186/cc10553

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