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Table 1 Basic characteristics, injury severity according to patients in the state of moderate or severe shock

From: The trauma patient in hemorrhagic shock: how is the C-priority addressed between emergency and ICU admission?

  BE -2 to -6 BE < -6 Total
N, (%) 259 (50.1) 258 (49.9) 517 (100)
Age, mean (SD) 41.9 (18.2) 42.9 (17.7) 42.4 (18.0)
Male, n (%) 204 (79.1) 170 (65.9) 374 (72.5)
ISS, mean (SD) 33.8 (7.7) 36.3 (9.9) 35.1 (9.0)
NISS, mean (SD) 39.9 (10.1) 41.6 (10.9) 40.7 (10.5)
Pre-hospital time, median min. (IQR) 70.0 (50.0–93.0) 69.0 (52.0–90.0) 70.0 (51.5–90.5)
Emergency room, median min. (IQR) 66.5 (47.0–101.5) 65.0 (44.0–95.0) 65.0 (45.0–98.0)
Time from hospital admission until ICU, median min. (IQR) 229.5 (135.8–314.3) 250.0 (168.0–367.0) 240.0 (156.0–342.5)
Emergency operation, n (%) 24 (9.3) 39 (15.1) 63 (12.2)
Operation before ICU admission, n (%) 163 (62.9) 151 (58.5) 314 (60.7)