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Table 1 Summary of admission characteristics of patients with mild TBI and tICH

From: Risk factors for delayed neuro-surgical intervention in patients with acute mild traumatic brain injury and intracranial hemorrhage

Patient demographics No. of patients
Total patients 340
Median age, years (IQR) 50 (32, 60.75)
Male: female (%) 203 (59.7 %):137 (40.3 %)
GCS score on admission (%)  
 13 18 (5.3 %)
 14 66 (19.4 %)
 15 256 (74.6 %)
Mechanism of injury (%)  
 Assault 7 (2 %)
 Fall 73 (21.5 %)
 Traffic accident 260 (75.3 %)
ISS score on admission (IQR) 10 (9, 16)
Anti-platelet and/or warfarin therapy (%) 13 (3.8 %)
Underlying disease (%)  
 Hypertension 91 (26.8 %)
 Diabetes mellitus 51 (15.0 %)
 Old cerebral vascular accident 9 (2.6 %)
 Coronary artery disease 8 (2.4 %)
 Arrhythmia 6 (1.8 %)
 Liver cirrhosis 5 (1.5 %)
 Chronic kidney disease 7 (2.1 %)
 Renal failure 5 (1.5 %)
Median ICU stay in days (IQR) 1 (0, 3)
Median hospital stays (IQR) 8 (5,12)
  1. Abbreviations: TBI traumatic brain injury; tICH traumatic intracranial hemorrhage; GCS Glasgow Outcome Scale; ICU intensive care unit; IQR inter-quartile range