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Table 2 Characteristics of the road traffic injured patients admitted to ACSRH: 2015–2017 (N = 322)

From: Road traffic injured patients with severe GCS and organ injury had a poor prognosis: a retrospective cohort study

Patient factors Recovered(N = 258) Censored (N = 64) Total (N = 322)
Availability of referral form linkage
 Yes 104(40.3%) 15(23.4%) 119(37%)
 No 154(59.7%) 49(76.6%) 203(63%)
Duration after RTC collusion
  < 12 Hours 185(71.7%) 51(79.7%) 236(73.3%)
 12–24 Hours 26(10.1%) 2(3.1%) 28(8.7%)
  > 24 Hours 47(18.2%) 11(17.2%) 58(18%)
The situation of patients during RTA
 Passengers 119(46.1%) 25(39.1%) 144(44.7%)
 Pedestrian 90(34.9%) 32(50.0%) 122(37.9%)
 Driver 46(17.8%) 7(10.9%) 53(16.5%)
 Other 3(1.2%) 0 3(0.9%)
History of previous medical illness
 Yes 11(4.3%) 7(10.9%) 18(5.6%)
 No 247(95.7%) 57(89.1%) 304(94.4%)