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Table 2 Characteristics of the study population ( N= 82) a

From: Prehospital identification of trauma patients with early acute coagulopathy and massive bleeding: results of a prospective non-interventional clinical trial evaluating the Trauma Induced Coagulopathy Clinical Score (TICCS)

Variable Category N n (%) Median (IQR) Range
Sex   82    
  F   18 (22.0)   
  M   64 (78.1)   
Age (yr)   82   34.5 (23.0 to 45.0) 14.0 to 82.0
ISS   82   13.0 (9.0 to 22.0) 4.0 to 66.0
EXTEM   50    
  Hypocoagulability   8 (16.0)   
  Normal   42 (84.0)   
FIBTEM   50    
  Hypocoagulability   13 (26.0)   
  Normal   37 (74.0)   
INR at admission   81   1.1 (1.0 to 1.1) 1.0 to 2.9
INR after 3 hr   69   1.1 (1.1 to 1.2) 1.0 to 2.1
Fibrinogen at admission (g/L)   81   2.7 (2.1 to 3.2) 0.4 to 6.4
Fibrinogen after 3 hr (g/L)   68   3.0 (1.8 to 3.7) 0.7 to 8.5
Hb at admission (g/L)   81   13.9 (12.7 to 15.0) 6.7 to 16.7
Admission base excess   82   −1.0 (−4.0 to 0.0) −16.0 to 3.0
Haemorrhagic shock   82    
  No   71 (86.6)   
  Yes   11 (13.4)   
Emergent surgical haemostasis   82    
  No   71 (86.6)   
  Yes   11 (13.4)   
SBP at admission (mmHg)   82   130 (120 to 140) 60.0 to 200.0
Glasgow Coma Scale   82   11.0 (3.0 to 15.0) 3.0 to 15.0
24-hr survival    75 (91.5)   
30-day survival    72 (87.8)   
  1. aEXTEM, Extrinsic thromboelastometry; FIBTEM, Fibrinogen thromboelastometry; Hb, Haemoglobin; INR, International normalized ratio; ISS, Injury Severity Score; SBP, Systolic blood pressure.