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Table 1 Patient characteristics and outcome

From: Circadian disruption of core body temperature in trauma patients: a single-center retrospective observational study

VariablesCohort (n = 248)
Age, years36 [23–53]
Sex, men181 (73.0)
BMI, kg/m224 [22–26]
Initial trauma condition
 Glasgow Coma Scale8 [5–14]
 Head injury176 (71.0)
 Intracranial hypertension80 (32.3)
 Surgery in the first 24 h142 (57.3)
 SAPS247 ± 16
Severity of trauma
 ISS34 [25–43]
 AIS head or neck4.5 [0–5]
 AIS chest3 [0–3]
 AIS abdomen or pelvic0 [0–2]
 AIS extremities0 [0–2]
 AIS rachis0 [0–2]
Treatments
 Mechanical ventilation184 (74.2)
 Acetaminophen159 (64.1)
 Benzodiazepine136 (54.8)
 Opioids202 (81.4)
 Neuro-muscular blockers37 (14.9)
 Ketamine24 (9.7)
 Craniectomy13 (5.2)
 Transfusion0 [0–3]
In-hospital transport135 (54.4)
Outcome
 28-day mortality45 (18.1)
 Days on mechanical ventilation6 [3–13]
 Days on vasopressor infusion2 [1–4]
 Day in the ICU stay9 [5–18]
 Days in the hospital12 [7–23]
  1. Results are expressed as median [IQR] for quantitative variables and number (%) for categorical variables
  2. BMI body mass index, SAPS2 Severity Assessment Physiology Score 2, ISS Injury Severity Score, AIS Abbreviated Injury Scale