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Table 1 Vital parameters at baseline and after induction of injury

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

ParameterStandard PLT doseHigh PLT dose
Before injuryAfter injuryBefore injuryAfter injury
Weight (gram)372 (364–384)ND388 (366–395)ND
MAP (mmHg)132 (124–144)42 (32–53)136 (121–149)57 (43–67)
HR (bpm)280 (260–300)280 (208–308)280 (273–288)240 (220–260)
Temperature (°C)36.6 (36.0–37.4)37.0 (36.6–37.2)36.3 (36.0–36.4)36.8 (36.3–37.0)
pH7.46 (7.35–7.50)7.36 (7.22–7.39)7.39 (7.36–7.42)7.37 (7.31–7.40)
pCO2 (mmHg)36.1 (30.7–39.4)28.1 (19.1–36.5)42.0 (39.5–43.4)34.3 (31.4–36.8)
BE (mmol/L)0.7 (−2.9–1.3)− 6.4 (− 18.2 to − 4.3)− 0.3 (− 1.7 to − 0.6)− 5.1 (− 9.5 to − 3.8)
Lactate (mmol/L)1.0 (0.6–1.2)3.1 (1.9–9.8)0.8 (0.6–1.0)3.4 (2.6–4.5)
Hb (mmol/L)8.5 (8.2–9.2)6.8 (6.5–7.4)9.7 (9.1–10.4)7.6 (7.0–7.9)
  1. Data are presented as median (IQR)
  2. PLT platelet transfusion, MAP mean arterial pressure, HR heart rate, bpm beats per minute, BE base excess, Hb hemoglobin, ND not determined