Table 1

Detailed clinical characteristics of all 30 trauma patients

Patient identificationTime points of samplesAdditional injuriesTransfusion (Y/N)ISSABO blood type
10–2 hours, 6 hoursTBIN26B+
26 hoursFacial fractures, TBIN24A+
30–2 hours, 6 hoursRib fractures, scapula fracture, clavicle fracture, pelvic fracture, spine fractures, TBIY50O+
40–2 hours, 6 hoursSkull fracture, TBIN26O+
56 hoursSkull base fracture, spine fractures, TBIN17O+
66 hoursTBIY29B−
76 hoursTBIN29O+
80–2 hours, 6 hoursLB Fx (femur) with vascular injury, facial degloving injury, TBIN38A+
96 hoursSkull fractures, LB Fx (humerus, ulna, radius), TBIN24O+
100–2 hours, 6 hoursOpen ankle fracture, TBIY27B+
110–2 hours, 6 hoursTBIY26AB+
126 hoursSkull fracture, spine, fractures, LB Fx (tibia/fibula), TBIY33A+
130–2 hours, 6 hoursSkull base fractures, spine fractures, TBIY33A+
140–2 hours, 6 hoursLB Fx, TBIN9AB+
150–2 hours, 6 hoursLB FxN14A+
160–2 hours, 6 hoursSplenic laceration, LB FxN22O+
170–2 hours, 6 hoursLB FxY9A−
186 hoursLB FxN4O+
196 hoursLB FxN17O+
200–2 hours, 6 hoursCardiac injury from stab woundY26O+
210–2 hours, 6 hoursTBI, spine fractures with cord injury, splenic/hepatic/renal lacerationsY50O+
220–2 hours, 6 hoursTBI, spine fractures, LB Fx (femoral neck), ankle fracture, rib fracturesY22A+
230–2 hours, 6 hoursSuperficial lacerations from stab woundsY5O+
240–2 hours, 6 hoursTBI, subgaleal hematoma, splenic laceration, mesenteric injury, spine fractures, rib fracturesY22B+
250–2 hours, 6 hoursLB Fx (tibia and fibula), thigh hematoma, wrist fracture, scapular fracture, rib fracturesY14A+
260–2 hours, 6 hoursSpine fractures with cord injury, rib fracturesY25A+
270–2 hours, 6 hoursTBI, LB Fx (bilateral femur)Y34A−
280–2 hoursTBI, aortic injury, LB Fx (femur and humerus), ankle fracture, pelvic fracture, spinal fractures, rib fracturesY34AB+
290–2 hoursLiver lacerationY21O+
300–2 hours, 6 hoursTBI, spine fractures with cord injury, rib fracturesY75A+
  • The table shows individual descriptions (de-identified) of the clinical characteristics of the 30 trauma patients in this study including time points of sample acquisition and all clinically relevant injuries.

  • ISS, Injury Severity Score; LB Fx, long bone fracture; N, no; TBI, traumatic brain injury; Y, yes.