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Fig. 2

From: Is I-FABP not only a marker for the detection abdominal injury but also of hemorrhagic shock in severely injured trauma patients?

Fig. 2

Time course of I-FABP levels. Time course of median intestinal fatty acid-binding protein (I-FABP) levels (pg/ml) of all three patient groups based on the presence or absence of hemorrhagic shock and abdominal injury. ER, emergency room; HS Abd, hemorrhagic shock with abdominal injury; HS noAbd, hemorrhagic shock without abdominal injury; noHS noAbd, without hemorrhagic shock and without abdominal injury. *, p < 0.05 HS Abd. vs. noHS noAbd; #, p < 0.05 HS Abd. vs. HS noAbd; +, p < 0.05 HS noAbd vs. noHS noAbd

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