Table 1

Characteristics of the study population patients surviving major trauma at 1 and 2-year follow-up
1-year follow-up 2-year follow-up
Returned questionnaire Completed IES Returned questionnaire Completed IES
N 226 198 117 101
Male1 149 (65.9) 132 (65.9) 82 (70.1) 71 (70.3)
Age2 (year) 42 (26–59) 41 (24–56) 43 (28–58) 42 (28–57)
Blunt Trauma1 218 (96.5) 190 (96.0) 116 (99.1) 100 (99.0)
Glasgow Coma Score2 14 (7–15) 14 (8–15) 14 (6–15) 13 (6–15)
Revised Trauma Score2 12 (10–12) 12 (10–12) 12 (10–12) 12 (10–12)
Injury Severity Score2 22 (17–29) 21 (17–29) 22 (17–30) 22 (17–32)
Prehospital intubation1 39 (17.3) 31(15.7) 24 (20.5) 21 (20.8)
Co-morbidity1 89 (39.4) 76 (38.4) 42 (35.9) 39 (38.7)

IES = Impact of Event Scale.

1patient numbers are displayed, with the percentages given within brackets.

2data are displayed as median, with the first and third quartile given within brackets.

Haagsma et al.

Haagsma et al. BMC Psychiatry 2012 12:236   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-12-236

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