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Table 1 Standard blood count and cougulation testing for the respective lethal triad conditions

From: How do external factors contribute to the hypocoagulative state in trauma-induced coagulopathy? – In vitro analysis of the lethal triad in trauma

  Blood count Standard coagulation tests BGA
Haemoglobin level [g/dl] Platelets [10^3/μl] Haematocrit [%] aPTT [s] TT [s] INR Fibrinogen [mg/dl] pH
Baseline 11.4 (0.3) 257 (103) 32.7 (2.5) 30.3 (0.3) 16 (0.3) 1.18 (0.1) 250 (59) 7.35 (0.02)
pH 6.8 12.6 (1.4) 211 (70) 35.4 (3.1) 27.5 (0.3) 17.5 (0.3) 1.14 (0.09) 268 (39) 6.83 (0.05)
Temp. 33 °C 11.4 (1) 247 (98) 33.1 (2.3) 32.1 (0.1) 15.7 (0.1) 1.16 (0.13) 243 (62) 7.38 (0.00)
Dilution 7.5 (0.9) 167 (44) 22.2 (2.3) 43.3 (0.6) 20.8 (0.6) 1.41 (0.07) 166 (39) 7.37 (0.02)
Lethal Triad 7.7 (0.8) 125 (59) 22.8 (2) 34.9 (0.8) 23.8 (0.8) 1.46 (0.11) 154 (27) 6.83 (0.02)
  1. Left column: Results from standard blood count for the respective conditions, including haemoglobin level [g/dl], platelet count [/μl] and haematocrit [%]. Right column: Results from standard coagulation testing, including Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT) [s], Thrombin Time [s], Quick [%], INR [dimensionless] and fibrinogen level measured via Clauss method [mg/dl]. Right column: pH values measured at respective time points
  2. All results are given as median values. The Interquartile Range (IQR) is given in brackets