Table 1

Demographics

All patients

EDH haemorrhage

SDH haemorrhage

IPH haemorrhage

SAH

No bleeding


N

13962 (100%)

3140 (22.5%)

4204 (30.1%)

2990 (21.8%)

3025 (21.7%)

7517 (53.8%)

NFS

2,185 (70%)

1985 (47%)

2193 (73%)

Small

NA

536 (17%)

1168 (28%)

321(11%)

NA

NA

Large

419 (13%

1051 (25%)

476 (16%)

Median Age

40.7

43.4

48.9

47.1

46.6

37.8

Male

10229 (73.3%)

2352 (74.9%)

3050 (72.5%)

2187 (73.1%)

2257 (74.6%)

5456 (72.6%)

Female

3733 (26.7%)

788 (25.1%)

1154 (27.5%)

803 (26.9%)

768 (25.4%)

2061 (27.4%)

Median GCS

13

11

10

11

8

14

Median ISS

18

25

25

25

25

13

RTC

6125 (43.9%)

1053 (33.5%)

1337 (31.8%)

1025 (34.3%)

1299 (42.9%)

3756 (50.0%)

Fall more > 2 m

2312 (16.6%)

753 (24.0%)

1026 (24.4%)

690 (23.1%)

715 (23.6%)

892 (11.9%)

Fall <2 m

2706 (19.4%)

720 (22.9%)

1119 (26.6%)

763 (25.5%)

561 (18.5%)

1238 (16.5%)

Other

2819 (20.2%)

614 (19.6%)

722 (17.2%)

512 (17.1%)

450 (14.9%)

1631 (21.7%)

Non NSU

7907 (56.6%)

1523 (48.5%)

2044 (48.6%)

1634 (54.6%)

1426 (47.1%)

4813 (64.0%)

NSU

6055 (43.4%)

1617 (51.5%)

2160 (51.4%)

1356 (45.4%)

1599 (52.9%)

2704 (36.0%)

Mortality

3065 (22.0%)

869 (27.7%)

1380 (32.8%)

950 (31.8%)

1222 (40.4%)

1098 (14.6%)


NFS: No further specified; GCS: Glasgow coma scale; ISS: Injury severity score; RTC: Road traffic collision; NSU: Neurosurgical unit; EDH: Extradural haematoma; SDH: Subdural Haematoma; IPH: Intracerebral Haemorrhage

Perel et al. BMC Emergency Medicine 2009 9:15   doi:10.1186/1471-227X-9-15

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