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Table 2 Comparison of clinical parameters at presentation between unilateral and bilateral groups

From: Are traumatic bilateral adrenal injuries associated with higher morbidity and mortality?-A prospective observational study

Parameters Unilateral adrenal injury (n = 34) Bilateral adrenal injury (n = 13)
Median (Min-Max) Median (Min-Max)
RR (cycle/min) 18 (6–34) 20 (16–24)
Pulse (beats/min) 78 (63–199) 100(78–164)
SBP (mm of Hg) 110 (80–160) 118 (90–178)
DBP (mm of Hg) 73 (58–110) 72(60–108)
GCSa 15 (3–15)a 13 (3–15)a
Hb (g/dl) 9.9 (3.4-15.5) 10.3 (6–14.5)
Hct 31.4 (10–48) 31.4 (17–41.8)
B.Urea (mg/dl) 29 (15–145) 30.5 (21–64)
Creat (mg/dl) 0.8 (0.3-10.6) 0.9 (0.6-1.2)
  1. RR: Respiratory rate, SBP: Systolic BP, DBP: Diastolic BP, GCS: Glasgow Coma Scale, Hb: Hemoglobin. Hct: Hematocrit, B.urea: Blood Urea, Creat; Serum Creatinine
  2. aSignificant, P-value = 0.003 by Mann–Whitney test