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Table 4 Comparison between different injury sites for all VCEC patients and AN patients

From: Negative catheter angiography after vascular contrast extravasations on computed tomography in blunt torso trauma: an experience review of a clinical dilemma

Injury site Liver Spleen Pelvic Kidney Retroperitonium p
Case no. (50)/(12) (47)/(9) (51)/(14) (41)/(13) (9)/(1)  
Age (29.4 ± 12.6)/(34.1 ± 13.9) (35.2 ± 15.9)/(31.1 ± 12.4) (37.6 ± 18.1)/(37.6 ± 19.1) (30.5 ± 15.2)/(28.7 ± 12.2) (40 ± 17.4)/(-) (0.03)/(0.55)
ISS (22.2 ± 9.6)/(21.8 ± 8.8) (24.1 ± 9.6)/(21.1 ± 8.1) (29.7 ± 9.4)/(28.8 ± 10.1) (25 ± 10.3)/(22.9 ± 8.9) 25.2 ± 11.3/(-) (0.00)/(0.14)
SBP(mmHg) (110.2 ± 38.5)/(105.3 ± 43.5) (111.5 ± 27.9)/(111.7 ± 23.6) (94.9 ± 39.2)/(83.4 ± 36.8) (114.3 ± 33.7)/(111.5 ± 47.8) 91.8 ± 22.2/(-) (0.03)/(0.24)
TBT (unit) (7.3 ± 7.8)/(8.9 ± 12.9) (7 ± 5.7)/(3.8 ± 3.7) (13.6 ± 11.5)/(15.3 ± 10) (6.6 ± 7.6)/(2.2 ± 2.3) (8.2 ± 5.6)/(-) (0.00)/(0.005)
  1. All data were presented in form as (all VCEC patients)/(AN patients).
  2. There is only one patient who was AN in retroperitonium so we did not perform calculation.
  3. ISS: Injury Severity Score.
  4. SBP: Systolic Blood Pressure at Emergency Department.
  5. TBT: Total blood transfusion (including Whole Blood, Packed Red Blood Cell concentrate, Fresh Frozen Plasma) before admitted to TICU.