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Research Article

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

Table 3

CT findings of the study population.

Study

Brain CT findings
Contusion (n (%))23 (45.1%)
Subarachnoid hemorrhage (n (%))21 (41.2%)
Subdural hematoma (n (%))22 (43.1%)
Epidural hematoma (n (%))10 (19.6%)
Intraparenchymal (n (%))4 (7.8%)
Other (pneumocephalus) (n (%))2 (3.9%)
Total (n (%))

Other injuries
Hemothorax (n (%))9 (17.6%)
Liver injury (n (%))5 (9.8%)
Splenic injury (n (%))3 (5.9%)
Kidney injury (n (%))2 (3.9%)
Pelvic bleeding (n (%))11 (21.6%)
External bleeding (n (%))3 (5.9%)
Control CT time (Δ hours)14.00 (7.00–26.50)
Control CT increased bleeding (n (%))8 (15.7%)

CT, computerized tomography.

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