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Table 2 Blood product transfusions.

From: Intramedullary nailing of femoral shaft fractures in polytraumatized patients. a longitudinal, prospective and observational study of the procedure-related impact on cardiopulmonary- and inflammatory responses

Time RBCT TT PT
Admission - IMN (A-B) 900 (0-4800) 0 (0-500) 0 (0-400)
IMN - 6 hours post IMN (B-F) 750 (0-2100) 0 (0-500) 0 (0-400)
Admission - 1. postoperative day (A-G1) 2250 (0-6900) 0 (0-1000) 0 (0-1400)
1. - 2. postoperative day (G1 - H1) 600 (0-1500) 0 (0) 0 (0-400)
2. - 3. postoperative day (H1 - I) 300 (0-600) 0 (0-500) 0 (0-400)
TOTAL 3000 (0-8100) 0 (0-1500) 200 (0-1400)
  1. Table 2. The table gives a summary of administrated red blood cell transfusion (RBCT), thrombocyte transfusion (TT), blood plasma transfusion (PT) in milliliter (median and range) from hospital admission to intramedullary nailing (IMN), from IMN to 6 hours after IMN, from hospital admission to the first postoperative day, from the first to the second postoperative day, from the second to the third postoperative day and total transfusions in the patients primary nailed.