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Table 2 Patients Characteristics and Outcome of the Coagulopathy and Non-coagulopathy Patients

From: Prognostic value of coagulation tests for in-hospital mortality in patients with traumatic brain injury

  Coagulopathy (n = 432) n (%) Non-coagulopathy (n = 1887) n (%) P value
N 432 1887  
Age (yrs) (mean ± SD) 47.53 ± 17.16 47.51 ± 16.34 0.984
Sex
 Male 332 (76.9) 1430 (75.8) 0.639
 Female 100 (23.1) 457 (24.2)  
Mechanism of injury
 Motor vehicle accident 273 (63.2) 1076 (57.0) 0.087
 Fall 62 (14.4) 262 (13.9)  
 Stumble 58 (13.4) 330 (17.5)  
 Blow to head 25 (5.8) 149 (7.9)  
 Others 14 (3.2) 70 (3.7)  
Pupillary reactions
 Both reacting 337 (78.0) 1688 (89.5) <0.001
 One reacting 61 (14.1) 153 (8.1)  
 None reacting 34 (7.9) 46 (2.4)  
Type of injury
 SDH 137 (31.7) 511 (27.1) 0.053
 EDH 126 (29.2) 514 (27.2) 0.419
 IPH 330 (76.4) 1241 (65.8) <0.001
 tSAH 235 (54.4) 1002 (53.1) 0.626
 DAI 19 (4.4) 55 (2.9) 0.114
 Skull fracture 85 (19.7) 378 (20.0) 0.867
Injury severity(GCS at admission)(mean ± SD) 9 (6–13) 13 (9–15) <0.001
 GCS 3–8 201 (46.5) 461 (24.4) <0.001
 GCS 9–12 105 (24.3) 442 (23.4)  
 GCS 13–15 126 (29.2) 984 (52.1)  
Hb(g/L) 119 (101–137) 135 (121–147) <0.001
Glucose(mmol/L) 8.0 (6.6–9.8) 7.4 (6.3–8.8) <0.001
ICP monitoring 193 (44.7) 567 (30.0) <0.001
Craniectomy 167 (38.7) 373 (19.8) <0.001
Mortality 76 (17.6) 98 (5.2) <0.001
LOS 15 (8–25) 12 (8–19) <0.001