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Table 1 Injuries potentially causing major haemorrhage in trauma patients other than the pelvic fractures, as previously used [2].

From: Patients with pelvic fractures due to falls: A paradigm that contributed to autopsy-based audit of trauma in Greece

Description of Injury AIS-90 codes
Carotid artery 2.2.02.04.3, 3.2.02.**.*, 3.2.04.**.*
Jugular vein 3.2.06.**.*, 3.2.08.**.*
Penetrating injuries with blood loss >20% by volume 1.60.06.3, 2.1.60.06.3, 3.1.60.06.3, 5.1.60.06.3, 7.1.60.06.3, 8.1.60.06.3
Skin laceration with blood loss >20% by volume 1.1.06.06.3, 2.1.06.06.3, 3.1.06.06.3, 4.1.06.06.3, 5.1.06.06.3, 7.1.06.06.3, 8.1.06.06.3
Skin avulsion with blood loss >20% by volume 1.1.08.06.3, 2.1.08.06.3, 3.1.08.06.3, 4.1.08.06.3, 5.1.08.06.3, 7.1.08.06.3, 8.1.08.06.3
Aorta 4.2.02.**.*, 5.2.02.**.*
Innominate vessels 4.2.04.**.*, 4.2.06.**.*
Pulmonary vessels 4.2.10.**.*, 4.2.12.**.*
Subclavian vessels 4.2.14.**.*, 4.2.16.**.*
Vena cava 4.2.18.**.*, 5.2.12.**.*
Myocardium 4.4.12.**.*, 4.4.10.**.*, 4.4.13.**.*
Celiac artery 5.2.04.**.*
Named abdominal vessels 5.2.14.**.*, 5.2.16.**.*
Liver 5.4.18.14.3, 5.4.18.24.3
Spleen 5.4.42.**.*
Kidney 5.4.16.14.3, 5.4.16.24.3, 5.4.16.40.3
Mesentery with blood loss >20% by volume 5.4.20.24.3
Omentum laceration major with blood loss >20% by volume 5.4.22.24.3
Limb crush 7.1.30.**.*, 8.1.30.**.*
Traumatic amputation (except fingers, toes) 7.1.10.**.*, 8.1.10.**.*
Axillary vessels major laceration 7.2.02.08.3, 7.2.04.06.3
Brachial vessels major laceration 7.2.06.08.3, 7.2.08.06.3
Major lacerations of other named vessels of upper limb 7.2.10.08.3, 7.2.12.06.3
Femoral vessels 8.2.02.**.*, 8.2.04.**.*
Popliteal vessels 8.2.06.**.*, 8.2.08.**.*
Major lacerations of other named vessels of lower limb 8.2.10.**.*, 8.2.12.**.*
  1. *Asterisks that follow the AIS-90 codes indicate that the complete range of injuries was included. AIS-90: Abbreviated Injury Scale - 1990 revision. Severity of injuries ranged from 1 to 6, with AIS1 being minor, AIS2 moderate, AIS3 serious, AIS4 severe, AIS5 critical, and AIS6 an unsurvivable injury.