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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of the multiple injury patients who underwent concurrent treatment

From: First clinical experiences of concurrent bleeding control and intracranial pressure monitoring using a hybrid emergency room system in patients with multiple injuries

Case Age (years) Sex GCS total score Initial BP (mmHg) HR (bpm) Lowest BP within 30 min (mmHg) Platelet count (× 104/L) PT-INR aPTT (s) Marshall CT classification ISS Ps
1 52 Female 6 183/137 140 66/52 13.9 1.5 65 Diffuse injury IV 59 0.37
2 62 Female 3 154/88 56 74/40 12.3 1.7 > 200 Non-evacuated mass lesion 66 0.01
3 72 Female 10 155/116 113 112/45 17.4 1.3 56 Non-evacuated mass lesion 59 0.15
4 36 Male 3 142/59 133 88/42 12.8 1.7 63 Diffuse injury III 66 0.07
5 49 Male 8 126/78 97 107/65 16.0 1.2 35 Non-evacuated mass lesion 45 0.65
6 34 Male 4 194/147 116 52/20 21.2 1.4 54 Non-evacuated mass lesion 50 0.36
7 29 Female 3 46/25 151 30/20 18.3 1.7 74 Non-evacuated mass lesion 57 0.02
8 18 Female 8 110/80 155 105/79 17.0 1.5 52 Diffuse injury II 50 0.49
9 29 Female 3 60/30 117 58/37 15.2 1.4 44 Non-evacuated mass lesion 66 0.02
10 74 Male 6 175/111 102 97/70 17.2 1.1 50 Non-evacuated mass lesion 45 0.25
  1. Ps was calculated using the Trauma and Injury Severity score
  2. aPTT activated partial thromboplastin time, BP blood pressure, CT computed tomography, GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, HR heart rate, ISS Injury Severity Score, Ps probability of survival, PT-INR prothrombin time-international normalized ratio