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Table 1 Characteristics of the patients who survived to hospital

From: Short-term outcome and differences between rural and urban trauma patients treated by mobile intensive care units in Northern Finland: a retrospective analysis

Variable Missing data All n = 472 Rural n = 249 Urban n = 223 P-value
Age, median 0 33 (20–55) 39 (20.5–58) 28 (19–52) 0.28
Male 0 330 (69.9) 182 (73.1) 148 (66.4) 0.11
ISS, median 0 9 (3–17) 9 (4–17) 9 (2–17) 0.42
ISS > 15 0 156/472 (33.1) 85/249 (34.1) 71/223 (31.8) 0.60
AIS Head > 3 0 66/472 (14) 39/249 (15.7) 27/223 (12.1) 0.27
AIS Abdomen > 3 0 7/472 (1.5) 2/249 (0.8) 5/223 (2.2) 0.26
ASA-PS I-II 0 436/472 (92.4) 230/249 (92.4) 206/223 (92.4) 0.82
III-IV 0 36/472 (7.6) 19/249 (7.6) 17/223 (7.6)  
Accidents (all) 0 390/472 (82.6) 224/249 (90) 166/223 (74.4) <0.001
 Traffic 0 214/390 (54.9) 105/224 (46.9) 109/166 (65.7) <0.001
 All-terrain vehicle/snowmobile 0 31/390 (7.9) 27/224 (12.1) 4/166 (2.4) <0.001
 Falls 0 108/390 (27.7) 66/224 (29.5) 42/166 (25.3) 0.36
 Machinery or hit by blunt object 0 27/390 (6.9) 17/224 (7.6) 10/166 (6) 0.55
Intentional injuries (suicidal or assaults) 0 74/472 (15.9) 23/249 (9.3) 51/223 (23.5) <0.001
 Suicidal 0 31/472 (6.6) 11/249 (4.4) 20/223 (9) 0.46
 Assaults 0 43/472 (9.1) 12/249 (4.8) 31/223 (13.9) <0.001
Dominant type of injury
 Blunt 0 408/472 (86.4) 220/249 (88.4) 188/223 (84.3) 0.20
 Penetrating 0 64/472 (13.6) 29/249 (11.6) 35/223 (15.7) 0.20
  1. Values are presented as number (%) or median (25th–75th percentiles)