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Research Article

Early and Ultraearly Administration of Tranexamic Acid in Traumatic Brain Injury: Our 8-Year-Long Clinical Experience

Table 1

Demographic data, trauma mechanisms, and medications of the patients.

Age (years)44.00 (32.00–66.00)

Sex
Female (n (%))13 (25.5%)

Vitals
MAP (mmHg)83.33 (66.67–93.33)
Pulse (bpm)88.00 (85.00–110.00)
Saturation (%)95.00 (91.00–97.00)

Trauma mechanism
MVA (n (%))17 (33.3%)
Pedestrian trauma (n (%))9 (17.6%)
Motorcycle bike (n (%))5 (9.8%)
Fall from heights (n (%))16 (31.4%)
Assault (n (%))1 (2.0%)
Gunshot injuries (n (%))2 (3.9%)
Stab wounds (n (%))1 (2.0%)

Medications
ASA (n (%))16 (31.4%)
Clopidogrel (n (%))3 (5.9%)

MAP, mean arterial pressure; MVA, motor vehicle accident; ASA, acetylsalicylic acid.

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