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Table 1 Characteristics of the study population

From: The ticking clock: does actively making an enhanced care team aware of the passage of time improve pre-hospital scene time following traumatic incidents?

 No Scene TimerScene Timerp
n%n%
Gender
 Male10175.410472.70.68
 Female3324.63927.3
Age
 Median [IQR]49 [42] 50 [41] 0.53
Adult/ Child
 Age > =1812291.013090.90.99
 Age < 18129.0139.1
Mechanism of Injury
 Accidental Injury5339.64833.60.59
 Assault139.7117.7
 Exposure21.521.4
 Intentional Self-Harm53.7128.4
 Other Transport10.700.0
 RTC5339.66243.4
 Sport/Leisure75.285.6
Trauma Type
 Blunt Trauma12391.813292.30.99
 Penetrating Trauma118.2117.7
Time of Day
 Day10578.410372.00.27
 Night2921.64028.0
GCS
 median [IQR]13 [8] 14 [8] 0.32
 GCS > 88966.410472.70.30
 GCS < =84533.63927.3
RSI
 RSI4432.84229.40.60
 No RSI9067.210170.6
Transfusion
 Blood products1511.21510.50.99
 No Blood products11988.812889.5
Thoracostomy
 Thoracostomy118.21611.20.43
 No Thoracostomy12391.812788.8
CPR
 CPR96.785.60.84
 No CPR12593.313594.4
Transport to Hospital
 Helicopter4936.68458.70.001
 ambulance8563.45941.3
  1. GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, RSI Rapid sequence induction, CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation