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Table 1 Summary of the patient’s demographic and injury characteristics and the in-hospital outcome

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

 noHS noAbd (n = 16)HS noAbd
(n = 8)
HS Abd
(n = 18)
p value all groupsp value (HS noAbd vs. HS Abd.)
Age48 (30–56)44 (27.8–48.5)44.5 (38–62.8)0.760.64
Sex (male, n, %)12 (75%)7 (87.5%)15 (83.3%)0.721.0
ISS34.5 (32–41)34 (33.8–35.8)42 (36.5–50)0.130.19
AIS
 Head4 (3–5)0 (0–4)0 (0–3)0.0010.57
 Face0 (0–3)1 (0–2)0 (0–1)0.460.36
 Chest3 (3–4)3 (2–3)4 (2–5)0.250.20
 Abdominal0 (0–0)0 (0–0)4 (3–4)< 0.0001< 0.0001
 Extremity3 (2–4)5 (3–5)3 (2–4)0.160.18
Injury pattern (n, blunt: penetrating)16: 06: 216:20.140.56
ICU length of stay (days)16 (11.5–23.8)17.5 (4.5–31.8)21.5 (10.5–29.0)0.680.74
Hospital length of stay (days)22 (14.8–35.8)23.5 (11.0–43.3)28.0 (18.3–38.8)0.860.78
In-hospital Mortality (n, %)2 (12.5%)2 (33.3%)4 (22.2%)0.691.0
  1. Values are reported as median (interquartile range, IQR) and as percentages
  2. AIS, Abbreviated Injury Scale Score; HS Abd, hemorrhagic shock and abdominal injury; HS noAbd, hemorrhagic shock without abdominal injury; ICU, intensive care unit; ISS, Injury Severity Score; noHS noAbd, no hemorrhagic shock and no abdominal injury