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Table 3 Demographical and clinical data of the patients that are included in the study

From: Validity of modified early warning, Glasgow Blatchford, and pre-endoscopic Rockall scores in predicting prognosis of patients presenting to emergency department with upper gastrointestinal bleeding

Data Number Percent
Gender Female 84 41.6
Male 118 58.4
Complaint Melena 91 45.0
Hematemesis 96 47.5
Hematochezia 5 2.5
Syncope 1 0.5
Dizziness 2 1.0
Stomachache 1 0.5
Active bleedinga 6 3.0
RT finding Melena 125 61.9
No Melena 57 28.2
Rectum empty 12 5.9
Hematochezia 8 4.0
Endoscopic treatment Sclerotherapy 29 52.7
Adrenalin injection 2 3.6
Band ligation 20 36.4
Other 4 7.3
Bleeding type Varicous 59 29.2
Non varicous 143 70.8
Hospital outcome Discharge 40 19.8
Hospitalization 151 74.8
Death 11 5.4
One month later result Normal 158 82.7
Rebleeding 24 12.6
Death 9 4.7
Hospitalization place Service 112 69.1
Intensive care unit 50 30.9
Blood transfusion Applied 146 72.3
Not applied 56 27.7
Bleeding at follow-up Bleeding 34 16.8
Not bleeding 168 83.2
  1. aActive bleeding, fresh red gushing bleeding from mouth and rectum