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Table 1 Demographic information for patients with severe traumatic brain injury

From: Anti-lysophosphatidic acid antibodies improve traumatic brain injury outcomes

Patient Age Sex Oxygen saturation Injury* GCS ISS GOSE
1 23 M Normoxic 4 7 33 4
2 19 M Normoxic 1 8 30 5
3 50 M Hypoxic 1 5 41 4
4 33 M Normoxic 4 4 38 1
5 40 M Normoxic 6 7 21 6
6 33 M Hypoxic 2 3 43 4
7 21 F Normoxic 1 7 21 3
8 26 F Hypoxic 6 3 45 3
9 22 M Normoxic 5 7 30 5
10 35 M Hypoxic 6 4 45 5
11 25 M Hypoxic 1 4 41 N.A.
12 47 M Normoxic 4 7 29 3
13 26 M Normoxic 1 8 34  
14 29 F Hypoxic 1 5 38 5
15 20 M Normoxic 4 3 21 3
16 48 F Hypoxic 8 3 34 1
17 22 M Normoxic 1 8 34  
18 24 M Hypoxic 1 3 34 5
19 19 M N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
20 31 M Hypoxic 1 5 43 2
21 39 M Normoxic 6 7 26 8
22 25 F Hypoxic 1 3 35 3
23 52 F Normoxic 4 6 43 1
24 36 M Normoxic 4 3 29 3
25 58 M Normoxic 3 7 50 5
26 25 M Normoxic 6 8 17 1
Control 1 42 M Normoxic     
Control 2 80 M Normoxic     
Control 3 56 M Normoxic     
  1. *Mechanism of iInjury: 1, motor vehicle accident; 2, motor bicycle accident; 3, pedal cyclist; 4. pedestrian; 5, penetrating injury; 6, fall/jump; 8, other; Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) ≤8: severe; 9–12: moderate; ≥13: minor. ISS, injury severity score: 0, no injury; 75, maximal untreatable injury; GOSE, extended Glasgow outcome scale: 1, death; 2, vegetative state; 3, severe disability (lower band); 4, severe disability (upper band); 5, moderate disability (lower band); 6, moderate disability (upper band); 7, good recovery (lower band); 8, good recovery (upper band); M, male; F, female. N.A., not available.