Table 2

Comparison progression to no progression (increased hemorrhage)

Total study
n=269
No progression
n=239
Progression
n=30
P value
Age (years)53.0 (31.0 to 67.1)52.4 (30.3 to 67.0)54.9 (33.0 to 75.4)0.549
Female120 (44.6%)107 (44.7%)13 (43.3%)0.881
ISS10 (8,16)10 (6,16)14 (9,19)0.040
Admission GCS15 (15,15)15 (15,15)15 (15,15)0.469
Discharge GCS15 (15,15)15 (15,15)15 (15,15)0.707
NSG Consult259 (95.9%)230 (96.2%)28 (93.3%)0.789
SDH138 (51.3%)124 (51.9%)14 (46.7%)0.590
SAH140 (52.0%)129 (54.0%)11 (36.7%)0.074
EDH7 (2.6%)4 (1.7%)3 (10.0%)0.037
IPH47 (17.5%)37 (15.5%)10 (33.3%)0.015
Combined injuries53 (19.7%)46 (19.3%)7 (23.3%)0.596
Skull fracture58 (21.6%)48 (20.1%)10 (33.3%)0.096
ICU LOS (days)1 (0 to 2)1 (0 to 2)1 (1 to 3)0.015
LOS (days)2 (2 to 4)2 (1 to 4)4 (2 to 9)0.003
  • Continuous variables presented as median (IQR) and categorical variables presented as number (percentage).

  • EDH, epidural hematoma; GCS, Glasgow Coma Scale score; ICU, intensive care unit; IPH, intraparenchymal hematoma; ISS, Injury Severity Score; LOS, length of stay; NSG, neurosurgery; SAH, subarachnoid hemorrhage; SDH, subdural hematoma.