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Table 3 Index of severity in the 100 patients that underwent cervical angiotomography.

From: Evaluation of the criteria for angiotomography indications in the diagnosis of carotid and vertebral arterial injury associated with blunt trauma

  Groups Total p-value
  I (without Injury) II (with injury)   
GCS     
   Average ± SD 8.14 ± 4.02 8.35 ± 3.86 8.19 ± 3.96 0.6818
   Median 7 8 7  
   Minimum - Maximum 3 - 15 3 - 15 3 - 15  
   Total 77 23 100  
RTS     
   Average ± SD 6.1 ± 1.45 6.05 ± 1.45 6.09 ± 1.45 0.8205
   Median 5,967 6 5,983  
   Minimum - Maximum 3 - 8 3,221 - 8 3 - 8  
   Total 77 23 100  
ISS     
   Average ± SD 23.13 ± 12.32 35.48 ± 22.94 25.97 ± 16.15 0.0149*
   Median 22 27 22  
   Minimum - Maximum 6 - 75 6 - 75 6 - 75  
   Total 77 23 100  
TRISS     
   Average ± SD 83.97 ± 21.16 67.3 ± 30.34 80.14 ± 24.46 0.0235*
   Median 94 74 93  
   Minimum - Maximum 3 - 100 5 - 99 3 - 100  
   Total 77 23 100  
  1. GCS, score on the Glasgow Coma Scale; RTS, revised trauma scale score; ISS, injury severity score; and TRISS, trauma injury severity score, which shows the probability of survival based on the correlation between the revised trauma score, the severity score of the injury, the mechanism of trauma, and the age of the patient. *Indicates a statistically significant difference.