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Table 1 Characteristics of survivors undergoing intraoperative pelvic angiogram.

From: Intraoperative angioembolization in the management of pelvic-fracture related hemodynamic instability

  Survivors
  Patient #
  1 2 3 4 5 6
Mechanism MVC MVC MVC Other blunt MVC MVC
Age 68 55 22 53 79 49
Gender Male Male Male Female Male Female
ISS 29 50 41 22 38 50
Fracture Type Left both column acetabular fracture Left iliac wing fracture Right both column acetabular fracture Sacral compression fracture Left ilium and sacroiliac joint Sacral compression fracture
OTA L 62C3 L 61C1.1 R 62C3 L61B-2.1 L61A-2.2 L61B-2.1
ED LOS (min) > 60 > 60 >60 25 ED-to-ED Transfer > 60
Hospital LOS 14 34 26 28 55 18
ICU LOS 11 34 21 6 22 11
Vent Days 10 34 20 5 16 7
Pre-OR PRBC 4 units 4 units 6 units 4 units > 6 units > 6 units
Initial B.D. 3.2 7.2 5.6 > 13.0 6.1 12.2
Initial INR 1.04 1.66 > 1.7 1.46 1.12 1.02
Pre-OR CT Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Exp Lap Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes
Angio First No No Yes No No No
Disposition Rehab SNF Rehab SNF SNF Rehab