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Table 1 Basic characteristics of the trauma patient study population

From: Pre-injury dispensing of psychoactive prescription drugs in a ten years trauma population: a retrospective registry analysis

  Female Male
Patients, n (% of total) 3727 (29) 8986 (71)
Age in years, median (range; IQR) 37 (0-103; 19–60) 36 (0–98; 22–52)
Scoring systems values, median (range; IQR)
 Pre-injury ASA 1 (1–4; 1–2) 1 (1–4; 1–2)
 GCS score 15 (3–15; 14–15) 15 (3–15; 14–15)
 T-RTS 12 (1–12; 12–12) 12 (1–12; 12–12)
 ISS 10 (1–75; 4–20) 10 (1–75; 5–21)
 NISS 12 (1–75; 4–27) 14 (1–75; 5–27)
 Ps 0.995 (0.002–0.999; 0.967–0.999) 0.996 (0.001–0.999; 0.977–0.999)
Mechanism of injury, n (% within sex)
 Blunt 3569 (96) 8093 (90)
 Penetrating 158 (4) 892 (10)
 Unknown 0 (0) 1 (0)
Injury circumstances, n (% within sex)
 Transportation 1670 (45) 3647 (41)
 Falls 1265 (34) 2718 (30)
 Violence 183 (5) 1162 (13)
 Sports and leisure 361 (10) 715 (8)
 Occupational 25 (1) 558 (6)
Days of hospitalization, median (range; IQR) 3 (1–90; 2–7) 3 (1–105; 2–7)
ICU treatment, n (% within sex) 3128 (84) 7812 (87)
Days of ICU treatment, median (range; IQR) 2 (1–89; 1–3) 2 (1–105; 1–4)
Deaths within 30 days, n (% within sex) 225 (6) 482 (5)
  1. 12,713 trauma patients included in the Oslo University Hospital Trauma Registry between 2005 and 2014 comprised the study population. This table summarises key demographic and clinical data. IQR, interquartile range; ASA, American Society of Anesthesiologists physical status classification; GCS, Glasgow Coma Scale; T-RTS, Triage Revised Trauma Score; ISS, Injury Severity Score; NISS, New Injury Severity Score; Ps, Probability of survival according to Norwegian prediction Model in Trauma II (NORMIT II) score; ICU, intensive care unit