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Table 2 Analysis between bile leak patients and No-Bile-Leak patients

From: Screening and management of major bile leak after blunt liver trauma: a retrospective single center study

  Bile Leak No-Bile-Leak p
Patient number 14 (4.9%) 274 (95.1%)  
Age (years) 32+ 19.4 35.6 ± 15.1 0.72
ISS 27.9 ± 7.6 24 ± 11.9 0.37
SBP in ED (mmHg) 112.8 ± 42.4 117 ± 34.3 0.73
Sex    0.97
Male 10 (71.4%) 204 (74.5%)  
Female 4 (28.6%) 70 (25.5%)  
Trauma mechanism    0.85
Motor Bike Accident 12 (85.7%) 186 (67.9%)  
Fall 0 30 (10.9%)  
Fight 0 4 (1.5%)  
Heavy compression 0 1 (0.4%)  
Pedestrian Accident 0 17 (6.2%)  
Motor Vehicle Accident 2 (14.3%) 36 (13.1%)  
Liver Injury Grade    0.007
1 & 2 0 114 (41.6%)  
3 4 (28.6%) 86 (31.4%)  
4 9 (64.3%) 70 (25.5%)  
5 1 (7.1%) 4 (1.5%)  
Liver injury location   <0.01
Central 9 (64.3%) 103 (37.6%)  
Mixed 5 (35.7%) 15 (5.5%)  
Peripheral 0 156 (56.9%)  
Laboratory data    
AST (U/L) 1171 ± 1352.6 658.9 ± 1595.5 0.07
ALT (U/L) 1466.1 ± 1071 406.3 ± 500.7 <0.01
Total Bilirubin
( μmol/L)
119.7 ± 128.3 35.9 ± 54.7 <0.01
Admission course    
TICU duration (Day) 9.2 ± 8 5.2 ± 6 0.07
MV duration (Day) 5 ± 6.3 2.6 ± 5.3 0.21
LOHS (Day) 40 ± 39.7 16.3 ± 16.1 <0.01
Outcome    0.5
Survived 14 (100%) 251 (91.6%)  
Expired 0 23 (8.4%)  
  1. SBP systolic blood pressure.
  2. MV mechanical ventilator.