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Table 2 Patient demographics and characteristics

From: Chest computed tomography performed on admission helps predict the severity of smoke-inhalation injury

Characteristic Subjects (n = 37)
Age, mean (SD), years 63 (18)
Sex, n (%)  
  Female 6 (16.2)
  Male 31 (83.8)
Initial BP (mm Hg)  
Initial CO-Hb, mean (SD), % 13 (14)
Initial BE, mean (SD) -3.5 (6.1)
Interval between SII and CT examination, mean (SD), minutes 98 (36)
Interval between admission and CT examination, mean (SD), minutes 79 (37)
Initial 24-hour fluid volume, mean (SD), milliliters 5,684 (4,092)
Associated injury  
 Burns 8
  TBSA, mean (SD), % 11.5 (8.7)
  3rd degree burn, mean (SD), % 10.5 (9.0)
 Trauma 1
  1. BE, base excess; BP, blood pressure; CO-Hb, carboxyhemoglobin; CT, computed tomography; SD, standard deviation; SII, smoke-inhalation injury; TBSA, total burn surface area.