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Table 4 Summary of patients with mortality

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

  Injury type Age/gender Initial GCS RTS CPCR at ED ISS APACHI II OP times Accumulated transfusion* HD ECMO Cause and time of death (days)
#1 Blunt 22/F 8 5.971 N 57 21 2 12 N N Brain stem failure (2)
#2 Penetrating 85/M 15 6.376 N 18 14 2 18 N N Sepsis with intra-abdominal infection (14)
#3 Blunt 60/M 15 4.918 N 4 31 3 68 Y N Hepatic failure (13)
#4 Blunt 18/M 3 3.361 N 45 22 2 44 N N Brain stem failure (6)
#5 Penetrating 50/M 10 6.904 N 18 15 3 16 Y N Sepsis due to pneumonia (31)
#6 Blunt 51/M 4 5.039 N 34 25 3 42 N N Sepsis with intra-abdominal infection (2)
#7 Blunt 19/M 3 1.95 Y 41 25 2 30 N N Brain stem failure (14)
#8 Blunt 25/M 6 5.097 Y 29 28 2 56 N N Brain stem failure (4)
#9 Blunt 23/M 3 0.872 Y 36 25 2 24 N Y Brian stem failure (4)
#10 Blunt 61/M 15 7.8412 N 30 24 2 32 Y N Sepsis due to ischemic bowel (3)
#11 Blunt 57/M 11 5.449 N 41 16 2 20 Y Y Sepsis due to intra-abdominal infection (25)
  1. * Amount of total packed red blood cell and whole blood transfusion before ICU admission. GCS, Glasgow Coma Scale; RTS, Revised trauma score; CPCR, Cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation; ISS, Injury severity score; APACHI II, Acute physiology and chronic health evaluation II; OP, Operation; HD, Hemodialysis; ECMO, Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.