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Table 1 Clinical profile of study group

From: Cerebral metabolic effects of strict versus conventional glycaemic targets following severe traumatic brain injury

Patient Age (years) Sex GCS score APACHE II score ISS CT scan result ICU days GOSa
1 16 Male 3 27 41 Evacuated ML 27 SD
2 32 Male 5 16 48 Diffuse 50
3 24 Male 3 23 25 Evacuated ML 25
4 54 Male 8 21 25 Non-evacuated ML 26 SD
5 39 Male 3 23 38 Diffuse 23 G
6 22 Female 11 15 9 Non-evacuated ML 12 MD
7 49 Female 5 22 17 Evacuated ML 25 G
8 55 Male 3 24 34 Diffuse 21 SD
9 22 Female 3 26 25 Non-evacuated ML 32
10 56 Female 8 13 16 Non-evacuated ML 21 G
11 18 Male 3 29 34 Diffuse 8 D
12 58 Male 3 9 45 Evacuated ML 5 D
13 18 Male 9 14 25 Diffuse 10
14 25 Male 4 17 29 Non-evacuated ML 40 SD
15 27 Male 8 23 29 Diffuse 30
16 43 Male 5 17 34 Diffuse 20
17 41 Male 12 8 16 Diffuse 15 MD
18 36 Female 10 8 20 Non-evacuated ML 19 G
19 50 Male 4 21 57 Diffuse 23
20 23 Male 3 20 57 Non-evacuated ML 44
  1. Abbreviations: APACHE II Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II, GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, GOS Glasgow Outcome Scale, ICU Intensive care unit, ISS Injury Severity Score
  2. a Glasgow Outcome Scale score at 6 months: D died, G good, MD moderate disability, ML mass lesion, PVS persistent vegetative state SD Severe disability