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Table 4 Coagulation abnormalities upon ER admission and ICU arrival according to the subgroups

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

  BE -2 to -6 BE < -6
ER admission ICU arrival P ER admission ICU arrival p
Hb, median (IQR) 9.7 (7.7–11.4) 9.1 (7.9–10.7) 0.093 8.4 (6.9–10.3) 9.6 (8.3–11.0) <0.001
Hb <7 g/dl, n (%) 40/258 (15.5) 34/254 (13.4) 0.055 68/257 (26.5) 27/248 (10.9) <0.001
Quick’s value, median
(IQR)
56.1 (44.0–64.5) 60.0 (51.5–70.0) <0.001 51.0 (41.0–61.0) 58.0 (47.8–71.3) <0.001
Quick’s ≤70%, n (%) 259 (100) 188/249 (75.5) - 258 (100) 176/240 (73.3) -
Quick’s ≤50%, n (%) 85/259 (32.8) 59/249 (23.7) 0.003 120/258 (46.5) 80/240 (33.3) 0.008
Platelets, median (IQR) 168,000 (128,000–260,600) 98,000 (70,500–141,000) <0.001 166,500 (120,000–214,000) 85,500 (54,000–130,500) <0.001
Platelets <100,000, n(%) 29/255 (11.4) 127/244 (52.0) <0.001 32/253 (12.6) 136/234 (58.1) 0.002
  1. Coagulation abnormalities upon ER admission and ICU arrival according to the subgroups of patients in the state of moderate (BE -2 to -6) and severe shock (BE < -6) upon ER admission.