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Table 1 Characteristics of the 366 patients with a massive transfusion following severe trauma

From: Modelling the association between fibrinogen concentration on admission and mortality in patients with massive transfusion after severe trauma: an analysis of a large regional database

  Value Missing (%)
Age years, mean (sd) 42 (18) 0
Male, n (%) 241 (75) 0
Injury Severity Score, mean (sd) 41 (17) 0.3
MGAP score, mean (sd) 20 (6)
Penetrating injury, n(%) 30 (9) 0
Mechanism of injury, n (%)   0
 Road traffic accident 185 (57)
 Fall 57 (18)
 Others 42 (13)
Vital parameters at admission
 Heart rate (bpm), mean (sd) 102 (34) 3.4
 Systolic blood pressure (mmHg), mean (sd) 88 (35) 2.7
 Glasgow coma scale, n(%)   5.8
  3–8 140 (46)
  9–12 24 (8)
  13–15 140 (46)
Biologic parameters at admission, Median [IQR]
 Fibrinogen concentration (g/l) 1.1 [0.6–1.7] 0
 Prothrombin time (%) 40 [28–58] 1.2
 Platelet count (g/l) 137 [91–196] 4.6
 Haemoglobin (g/l) 91 [74–111] 3.4
 Lactate (mmol/l) 5.7 [3.2–9.5] 24.1
  1. Sd Standard deviation, ISS Injury Severity Score, MGAP Mechanism, Glasgow, Age, systolic blood Pressure, Bpm Beats per minute, IQR Interquartile range