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Table 1 Patient demographics, injury and severity, and neuromonitoring (site and depth) with 30-day and 3-month patient outcome

From: Regional pressure and temperature variations across the injured human brain: comparisons between paired intraparenchymal and ventricular measurements

ID Race Injury AIS ISS Isolated TBI Admission GCSa Hours after injury at start of monitoring Sensor site depthb (cm) Outcome (days, months)
30 days 3 months
1 Chinese Fall 5 25 Yes 14/15 and 8/15 37 V-right T-right 2.4 2 2
2 Chinese Fall 5 25 Yes 8/15 17 V-right T-left 4.7 4 4
3 Chinese RTC 5 35 No 3/15 44c V-right T-right 4.2 2 4
4 Chinese Fall 5 25 Yes 7/15 8 V-left T-left 2.3 2 2
5 Burmese RTC 5 29 No 7/15 18 V-right T-right 2.0 4 4
6 Chinese Fall 4 16 Yes 14/15 7 V-left T-right 3.7 4 4
7 Malay RTC 5 33 No 14/15 and 8/15 14 V-left T-left 4.0 4 4
8 Chinese Fall 5 25 Yes 15/15 and 8/15 10 V-left T-left 2.0 1 1
9 Chinese Fall 4 35 No 9/15 47 V-right T-right 2.6 3 3
10 Indian RTC 4 16 Yes 6/15 8 V-right T-left 3.1 1 1
11 Indian Fall 5 25 Yes 10/15 7 V-left T-left 3.2 1 1
12 Indian Fall 5 25 Yes 6/15 7 V-left T-right 2.6 1 1
13 Malay RTC 4 16 Yes 3/15 60d V-right T-right 3.2 3 4
14 Chinese RTC 4 16 Yes 14/15 3 V-right T-left 4.2 3 4
15 Malay RTC 5 25 Yes 8/15 10 V-right T-right 3.0 3 3
16 Chinese RTC 4 16 Yes 4/15 9 V-left T-left 5.4 1 1
17 Chinese Fall 5 25 Yes 8/15 8 V-left T-left 5.0 1 1
  1. aWhere two values are given, this shows GCS deterioration during the admission period (where documented)
  2. bSensor sites: V ventricle (Neurovent-Temp probe; Raumedic™, Munchberg, Germany) right or left; T tissue and depth (cm)
  3. cSensor inserted 44 hours after TBI (delayed due to neurosurgery and orthopaedic surgery)
  4. dSensor insertion delayed due to coagulopathy
  5. AIS Abbreviated Injury Scale, GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, ISS Injury Severity Score, RTC road traffic crash, TBI traumatic brain injury