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Table 3 Comparison selected variables among survivors and nonsurvivors

From: Comparison of ISS, NISS, and RTS score as predictor of mortality in pediatric fall

Variable   Survivors Nonsurvivors P value
Sex (N, %) Male 148, 68.5 27, 71.1 0.757
Female 68, 31.5 11, 28.9  
Referral (N, %) Direct 101, 46.8 18, 47.4 0.853
Referred 115, 53.2 20, 52.6  
Mode of transport (N, %) Taxi, motor rickshaw 69, 31.9 10, 26.3 0.295
Private car 75, 34.7 12, 31.6  
Ambulance 68, 31.5 15, 39.5  
Police 1, 0.5 0, 0  
Other 3, 1.4 01, 2.6  
SBP (N, %) ≤ 90 mmHg 27, 12.5 18, 47.4 <0.001
>90 mmHg 189, 87.5 20, 52.6  
GCS (N, %) Severe 47, 21.8 31, 81.6 <0.001
Moderate 40, 18.5 2, 5.3  
Mild 129, 59.7 5, 13.2  
ISS (Mean ± SD)   11.87 ± 7.61 11.68 ± 7.40 0.877
NISS (Mean ± SD)   17.08 ± 9.89 17.52 ± 11.36 0.818
RTS (Mean ± SD)   7.1308 ± 0.99 4.3946 ± 2.20 <0.001
Respiratory rate (Mean ± SD)   19.06 ± 4.00 18.16 ± 8.22 0.094
  1. SBP systolic blood pressure, GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, ISS​ Injury Severity Score, NISS New Injury Severity Score, RTS Revised Trauma Score