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Table 1 Demography and admission hematology and coagulopathy in the 253 trauma patients included in the study from the 2001-3 and 2005-7 periods.

From: Blood product ratio in acute traumatic coagulopathy - effect on mortality in a Scandinavian level 1 trauma centre

   Study period
2001-3
Study period
2005-7
P-value1
n   97 156  
Age yrs 40 (28-55) 43 (27-59) 0.622
Gender male 66 (74%) 116 (72%) 0.254
ISS score 20 (13-30) 24 (16-34) 0.289
  group 0 (0-15) 31 (32%) 32 (20%) 0.123
  group 1 (16-27) 36 (37%) 68 (44%)  
  group 2 (28-75) 30 (31%) 56 (36%)  
Mortality2 deceased 24 (25%) 47 (31%) 0.382
Hospital LOS all (days) 18 (8-41) 18 (3-35) 0.334
  survivors (days) 23 (11-54) 26 (15-51) 0.618
  deceased (days) 2 (2-15) 2 (1-3) 0.019
Hemoglobin mmol/l 6.7 (5.6-7.4) 6.9 (5.8-7.7) 0.059
Leukocyte count *109/l 12 (9-15) 12 (8-16) 0.707
Platelet count *109/l 190 (130-240) 186 (123-249) 0.775
  < 150*109/l 34% 31% 0.650
APTT s 31 (28-37) 31 (27-39) 0.980
  > 35 s 27% 34% 0.273
INR ratio 1.2 (1.1-1.4) 1.2 (1.1-1.3) 0.256
  > 1.2 40% 44% 0.183
  1. 1Patients from the 2001-3 period and 2005-7 period were compared by Wilcoxon Rank Sum and Chi-square test. 2Total mortality related to the trauma. Data are presented as medians (IQR), n (%) or %, with p-values in bold for variables with p < 0.05.