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Fig. 1 | Intensive Care Medicine Experimental

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From: Use of a high platelet-to-RBC ratio of 2:1 is more effective in correcting trauma-induced coagulopathy than a ratio of 1:1 in a rat multiple trauma transfusion model

Fig. 1

Shock parameters. Data are presented as median (IQR). a Mean arterial pressure. Line with arrow represents specific time points of coagulation status assessment during the experiment. Baseline (=before trauma), T = 45 min (=just before initiation of resuscitation), T = 75, T = 120, and T = 360 min (after injury). b Lactate. c Base excess. PLT platelet transfusion, MAP mean arterial pressure. Dotted vertical line at 45 min represents initiation of resuscitation. *p < 0.050 between groups

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