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Table 2 Demographics and clinical data comparing AE to controls in patients who returned the survey

From: Comparison of sexual function and quality of life after pelvic trauma with and without Angioembolization

Feature Control (n = 29) AE (n = 13) P Value
Age 51 (39–71) 67 (47–78) 0.161
Male 75.9 % 92.3 % 0.398
Diabetes 3.5 % 7.7 % 0.529
Hypertension 20.7 % 7.7 % 0.405
Renal Disease 3.5 % 0.0 % 1.0
Hyperlipidemia 10.7 % 0.0 % 0.539
Smoking 27.6 % 30.8 % 1.0
ED heart rate 98 (87–117) 101 (70–117) 0.697
ED systolic blood pressure 130 (109–152) 114 (92–132) 0.175
ISS 27 (15–29) 34 (22–39) 0.048
TRISS 0.97 (0.95–0.98) 0.89 (0.70–0.97) 0.019
Pelvic AIS 3 (3–4) 3 (2–5) 0.356
ED GCS 15 (15–15) 15 (8–15) 0.795
ED trauma score 12 (12–12) 12 (11–12) 0.611
Calculated RTS 7.8 (7.8–7.8) 7.8 (7.3–7.8) 0.058
Hospital length of stay (Days) 16 (8–26) 17 (15–77) 0.105
  1. Continuous data are presented as median (IQR)
  2. ISS injury severity score, TRISS trauma injury severity score, AIS abbreviated injury score, GCS glasgow coma scale, ED emergency department, RTS revised trauma score, IQR interquartile range