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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of penetrating bladder injury patients

From: Minimally invasive management versus open surgery in the treatment of penetrating bladder injuries: a retrospective cohort study

Characteristics MIM Open
Local data   
Sex—Female 3 (50.0%) 2 (8.3%)
Race—White 2 (33.3%) 4 (16.7%)
Chest Injury AIS > 2 0 (0.0%) 2 (8.3%)
Abdominal Injury AIS > 2 0 (0.0%) 14(58.3%)
Extremity Injury AIS > 2 4 (66.7%) 17(70.8%)
Rectal Injury 0(0%) 5(16.7%)
Pelvic Fracture 1(16.7%) 5(16.7%)
Abdomino-Pelvic Vascular Injury 0(0%) 7(23.3%)
Age 33.3 31
BMI 28.4 27.5
  MIM Open
Mean Median Mean Median
Injury severity Score 11.2 13 17.5 18
TRISS 0.98   0.95  
Comorbidity Index 0.67 1 1.4 1
Characteristics MIM Open
NTDB data   
Sex—Female 12 11.7%) 74 (8.6%)
Race—White 37(35.9%) 227(26.4%)
Head Injury AIS > 2 1 (1.0%) 12 (1.4%)
Chest Injury AIS > 2 4 (3.9%) 71 (8.3%)
Abdominal Injury AIS > 2 33(32.0%) 602(70.0%)
Extremity Injury AIS > 2 37(35.9%) 308(35.8%)
Rectal Injury 6(6.2%) 216(24.9%)
Pelvic Fracture 47(48.4%) 368(42.5%)
Abdomino-Pelvic vascular injury 6(6.2%) 114(13.2%)
University Hospital 61(59.2%) 516(60.0%)
Level 1 Designation 46(44.7%) 420(48.8%)
Firearm Injury 90(87.4%) 821(95.5%)
Age 32 29.9
BMI 27.5 27.1
  MIM Open
Mean Median Mean Median
Injury severity Score 12.1 12 15.5 14
TRISS 0.97   0.94  
Comorbidity index 0.19 0 0.21 0