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Table 3 Results of the ROTEM analyses

From: The pre-hospital administration of tranexamic acid to patients with multiple injuries and its effects on rotational thrombelastometry: a prospective observational study in pre-hospital emergency medicine

  Prior TxA ED arrival p-value
EXTEM
 CT, median [min-max], sec 63 [47–348] 59 [44–2659] 0.97
 MCF, median [min-max], mm 59 [16–72] 57 [0–68]a 0.72
 MCE, median [min-max] 143 [19–251] 136 [0–214]a 0.71
 ML median [min-max], % 11 [0–99] 10 [4–18] 0.68
INTEM
 CT, median [min-max], sec 136 [106–1039] 146 [107–2848] 0.22
 MCF, median [min-max], mm 55 [10–68] 56 [0–68]a 0.75
 MCE, median [min-max] 124 [11–128] 130 [0–211]a 0.89
 ML median [min-max], % 11 [2–81] 9 [3–18] 0.63
FIBTEM
 CT, median [min-max], sec 55 [38–3600]a 56 [42–3600]a 0.94
 MCF, median [min-max], mm 12 [0–23]a 10 [0–21]a 0.29
 MCE, median [min-max] 13 [0–31]a 11 [0–27]a 0.26
 ML median [min-max], % 1 [0–97] 0 [0–10] 0.10
APTEM
 CT, median [min-max], sec 58 [42–418] 62 [40–1349] 0.78
 MCF, median [min-max], mm 59 [15–71] 57 [5–67] 0.56
 MCE, median [min-max] 142 [17–251] 133 [5–207] 0.54
 ML, median [min-max], % 11 [0–20] 11 [3–19] 0.80
  1. aif no clot formation was visible in TEM analyses CT was defined as 3600 sec (minimal duration of TEM analyses). MCF and MCE were defined as 0