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Table 6 Summary of major injuries in all patients

From: Predictors of hospital mortality in adult trauma patients receiving extracorporeal membrane oxygenation for advanced life support: a retrospective cohort study

Case ISS Major Injury
VA1 10 Right HxTx. Scalp lacerations.
VA2 13 Right HxTx. Grade 2 hepatic injury.
VA3 41 3rd degree burn (TBSA35%). Left flail chest with open PnTx. Right femoral bone fracture.
VA4 75 Cardiac arrest. Pelvic crush injury with hemorrhagic shock. Bilateral lung contusions.
VA5 75 Cardiac arrest. Interstitial pulmonary edema.
VA6 25 2–3 degree burn (TBSA50%).
VA7 36 Left HxPnTx. Cerebral contusions with coma > 6 h. Minor pelvic fracture.
VA8 25 Blunt cardiac injury with left anterior descending artery disruption.
VA9 16 2–3 degree burn (face involved; TBSA 10%) and inhalation injury.
VA10 43 Grade 5 splenic lacerations and grade 2 renal lacerations. Right small ICH. Minor facial bone fracture.
VA11 50 Pelvic crush injury with hemorrhagic shock. Grade 4 splenic and grade 3 hepatic lacerations. Diaphragmatic rupture. Bilateral HxPnTx with lung contusions. Traumatic SAH.
VA12 20 Right HxPnTx with lung contusion. Right humeral and left tibial fractures.
VA13 38 Pelvic crush injury with hemorrhagic shock. Right HxPnTx. Right tibia fracture.
VA14 18 Right lung contusion. Mesentery vascular injury. Minor L-spine fracture.
VV1 20 Left flail chest with open PnTx. L-spine minor fracture.
VV2 17 Bilateral lung contusions. Scalp lacerations.
VV3 29 Bilateral HxPnTx with multiple ribs fracture. C-Spine minor fracture.
VV4 34 Bilateral lung contusions. Grade 3 hepatic lacerations. LeFort I facial and right femoral bone fracture.
VV5 75 Cardiac arrest. Blunt cardiac injury with large hemopericardium.
VV6 75 Cardiac arrest. Bilateral lung contusions. Grade 4 hepatic lacerations.
VV7 9 2–3 degree burn (face involved; TBSA 8%) and inhalation injury.
VV8 41 Pelvic crush injury with hemorrhagic shock. Left flail chest with lung contusion. Left femoral bone fracture.
VV9 29 Bilateral lung contusions with HxTx. Right femoral bone fracture. L-spine minor fracture.
VV10 75 Cardiac arrest. Grade 4 hepatic lacerations.
VV11 75 Cardiac arrest. Pelvic crush injury with hemorrhagic shock. Mesenteric vascular injury. Urinary bladder disruption. Multiple ribs fractures with right HxTx.
VV12 22 Right HxPnTx. Stomach and diaphragmatic perforation. Head concussion.
VV13 43 Blunt cardiac injury with cardiac rupture. Facial bone and skull base fractures with pneumocranium and SAH. Mesenteric injury. Small bowel disruption.
VV14 25 Blunt injury of urinary bladder with bladder disruption. Bilateral femoral bone fractures.
VV15 34 Bilateral flail chest with left HxPnTx. Left femoral bone fracture.
VV16 29 Bilateral HxPnTx. Right proximal femoral bone fracture. L-spine minor fracture.
VV17 45 Blunt injury of thoracic aorta with pseudoaneurysm formation. Pelvic crush injury with hemorrhagic shock. Grade 4 hepatic lacerations and mesenteric vascular injury. Minor facial bone fracture.
VV18 18 Skull base fracture. Left HxPnTx.
VV19 10 Traumatic SAH. Minor facial lacerations.
VV20 17 Left renal grade 4 lacerations. Left 11th rib fracture.
VV21 25 Bilateral HxPnTx and lung contusions. Grade 3 liver lacerations.
VV22 50 Blunt injury of thoracic aorta with pseudoaneurysm formation. Grade 5 hepatic lacerations.
  1. HxTx Hemothorax, PnTx Pneumothorax, HxPnTx Hemopneumothorax, ICH Intracranial hemorrhage, SAH subarachnoid hemorrhage