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Table 2 Contents and timelines of interventions and patients’ outcomes

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

Case Time to CT scan (min) Bleeding control procedure Time to bleeding control procedure (min) Intracranial surgery Time to intracranial surgery (min) 24-h mortality GOS-E at 6 months
1 5 Angioembolization (IIA) 54 ICP measurement, burr hole drainage 53 Dead D
2 7 Angioembolization (ICA, IIA) 28 ICP measurement, craniotomy 28 Dead D
3 10 Angioembolization (IIA) 43 ICP measurement 51 Dead D
4 6 PPP, angioembolization (IIA) 21 ICP measurement, ventricular drainage 29 Alive VS
5 9 Angioembolization (ICA) 30 ICP measurement, craniotomy 35 Alive Upper SD
6 18 Angioembolization (ICA, SA, IIA) 25 ICP measurement, burr hole drainage 26 Alive D
7 24 REBOA, angioembolization (HA, IIA), PPP 18 ICP measurement, burr hole drainage 56 Alive Lower MD
8 5 Angioembolization (ITA) 47 ICP measurement 43 Alive Lower MD
9 18 REBOA, PPP, angioembolization (IIA) 13 ICP measurement, burr hole drainage 35 Dead D
10 9 PPP, angioembolization (IIA) 40 ICP measurement, craniotomy 59 Alive D
  1. CT computed tomography, D death, GOS-E Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale, HA hepatic artery, ICA intercostal artery, ICP intracranial pressure, IIA internal iliac artery, ITA internal thoracic artery, MD moderate disability, PPP preperitoneal pelvic packing, REBOA resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta, SA splenic artery, SD severe disability, VS vegetative state