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Table 1 Characteristics of cohort

From: Associations of longitudinal D-Dimer and Factor II on early trauma survival risk

Characteristic Estimate
Total number of individuals 891
Death within 24 h, n (%) 61 (6.8%)
Sex, n (%)  
   Male 728 (81.7%)
Age, n (%)  
   \(\ge\) 15, < 20 58 (6.5%)
   \(\ge\) 20, < 30 286 (32.1%)
   \(\ge\) 30, < 40 170 (19.1%)
   \(\ge\) 40, < 50 127 (14.3%)
   \(\ge\) 50, < 60 115 (12.9%)
   \(\ge\) 60, < 70 62 (6.9%)
   \(\ge\) 70, < 80 42 (4.7%)
   \(\ge\) 80 31 (3.5%)
Injury Severity Score, n (%)  
   \(\ge\) 0, < 10 344 (38.6%)
   \(\ge\) 10, < 20 168 (18.9%)
   \(\ge\) 20, < 30 192 (21.5%)
   \(\ge\) 30, < 40 108 (12.1%)
   \(\ge\) 40, < 50 25 (2.8%)
   \(\ge\) 50, < 60 38 (4.3%)
   \(\ge\) 60 16 (1.8%)
Trauma type, n (%)  
   Penetrating 385 (43.2%)
   Blunt 506 (56.8%)
Traumatic brain injury, n (%) 343 (38.5%)