Potentially Severe Trauma Brain Injury Patients in a Non Reference Centre of Trauma Patients. Features and Evolution

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Results 25 patients. Mean age 57 years. 22 (80%) males. 17 (68%) of the cases between October and Mars. Most frequent mechanisms of injury were: syncope 11 (44%), own height falling 9 (3%), high height falling 2 (8%). In 13 (52%) of the patients, intoxication signs were found, especially ethanol. 13 (52%) were picked up on the streets. The mean GCS (Glasgow… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/2197-425X-3-S1-A491

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