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Table 2 Preoperative status of patients

From: Risk factors for late death of patients with abdominal trauma after damage control laparotomy for hemostasis

  Survival (mean±SD, n-=39) Late death (mean±SD, n=11) p
Time to OR (min) 124 ± 35.4 128 ± 37.5 n.s.
RR (/min) 22.2 ± 1.64 21.7 ± 3.10 n.s.
HR (/min) 119 ± 4.16 116 ± 7.70 n.s.
SBP (mmHg) 100 ± 11.7 101 ± 10.6 n.s.
DBP (mmHg) 58.7 ± 6.78 56.6 ± 6.18 n.s.
GCS < =8 (Y/N) 12/27 9/2 0.040
Major bleeding site
  Liver 14 5 n.s.
  Spleen 8 4
  Pelvis 2 0
  Mesentery 4 1
  Kidney 2 0
  Multiple 8 1
  Others 1 0
Perioperative TAE (Y/N) 12/27 4/7 n.s.
Associated procedure(s) for hemostasis 3/36 3/8 n.s.
  1. Statistical significant was defined as p < 0.05. SD, Standard deviation; OR, Operation room; HR, Heart rate; RR, Respiratory rate; SBP, Systolic blood pressure; DBP, Diastolic blood pressure; GCS, Glasgow Coma Scale; TAE, Trans-arterial embolization.