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Table 1 Patient demographics, diagnoses, and adjunctive equipment present during HFCWO therapy

From: Evaluation of the safety of high-frequency chest wall oscillation (HFCWO) therapy in blunt thoracic trauma patients

Patient # Age Gender Injuries Adjunct equipment
01 39 M rib fract, scapular fract, pneumothorax, h None
02 68 M rib fract, clavicle fract, stab spinal cord fract, pneumothorax chest tube
04 40 F pulm contusion other line
05 48 M rib fract other line
06 18 F rib fract, pulm contusion, clavicle fract, scapular fract, pneumothorax other line
07 19 M rib fract, pulm contusion, clavicle fract, pneumothorax chest tube, DS, other line
09 62 M pneumothorax chest tube, other line
10 44 F rib fract other line
11 26 M rib fract, pneumothorax chest tube, other line
12 39 M rib fract, sternal fracture, pneumothorax chest tube, other line
13 68 M rib fract, liver laceration, kidney laceration, pneumothorax other line
14 70 M rib fract, pneumothorax chest tube, other line
15 44 F rib fract, pulm contusion, pneumothorax other line
16 49 F rib fract, pulm contusion, pneumothorax chest tube, other line
19 44 M rib fract, pulm contusion other line
20 21 M rib fract, clavicle fract, stab spinal cord fract other line
21 59 M rib fract, pneumothorax, intraperitoneal hemorrhage other line
22 42 F rib fract, pulm contusion, hemothorax, pneumothorax other line
23 51 M pulm contusion, hemothorax chest tube, other line
24 70 M rib fract, pulm contusion, pneumothorax chest tube, other line
25 44 F rib fract, hemothorax, pneumothorax, kidney laceration chest tube, other line