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Table 1 Baseline demographic data of functional and poor recovery groups with traumatic acute subdural hematoma

From: The impact of time from injury to surgery in functional recovery of traumatic acute subdural hematoma

 Surgical outcomesP-value
Functional recovery groupPoor recovery group
n = 37n = 33
Age (mean ± SD), years50.9 ± 14.648.7 ± 13.853.3 ± 15.30.092*
16–4010 (27.03%)6 (18.18%) 
41–6018 (48.65%)15 (45.45%) 
> 609 (24.32%)12 (36.36%) 
Sex   0.638
 Male25 (67.57)24 (72.73) 
 Female12 (32.43)9 (27.27) 
Cause of trauma   0.729
 Traffic accidents25 (67.57)21 (63.64) 
 Falls and others12 (32.43)12 (36.36) 
Coma scale (mean ± SD)5.9 ± 1.16.1 ± 1.25.8 ± 1.10.147*
 4 or 59 (24.32)15 (45.45) 
 617 (45.95)11 (33.33) 
 7 or 811 (29.73)7 (21.21) 
Pupil size   0.306
 Normal21 (56.76)14 (42.42) 
 Unilateral dilation11 (29.73)10 (30.30) 
 Bilateral dilation5 (13.51)9 (27.27) 
Midline shift (mean ± SD) on brain CT scan10.0 ± 5.2 mm9.1 ± 4.610.9 ± 5.80.17
 < 10 mm22 (59.46)14 (42.42) 
 ≥10 mm15 (40.54)19 (57.58) 
ICP   0.003
 ≤2535 (94.59)22 (66.67) 
 > 252 (5.41)11 (33.33) 
Type of surgery   0.395
 Craniectomy21 (56.76)22 (66.67) 
 Craniotomy16 (43.24)11 (33.33) 
Injury to surgery (mins)162.5 ± 45.6145.5 ± 27.0181.9 ± 54.50.002*
  1. *Age, coma scale and TIS are calculated with Mann-Whitney U test