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Table 1 The factors correlated with serum ficolin-3 levels in patients with severe traumatic brain injury

From: Low serum ficolin-3 levels are associated with severity and poor outcome in traumatic brain injury

Characteristics r value P value
Sex (male/female) 0.092 0.303
Age (years) 0.046 0.606
Initial postresuscitation GCS score 0.521 <0.001
Pupils unreactive on admission −0.414 <0.001
CT classification 5 or 6 −0.189 0.033
Abnormal cisterns on initial CT scan −0.300 0.001
Midline shift >5 mm on initial CT scan −0.323 <0.001
Presence of traumatic SAH on initial CT scan −0.303 0.001
Intracranial surgery in the first 24 h −0.245 0.005
Admission time (h) 0.090 0.310
Plasma-sampling time (h) 0.067 0.450
Systolic arterial pressure (mmHg) 0.127 0.152
Diastolic arterial pressure (mmHg) 0.120 0.179
Mean arterial pressure (mmHg) 0.132 0.137
Plasma C-reactive protein levels (mg/L) −0.430 <0.001
Blood glucose levels (mmol/L) −0.285 <0.001
  1. Bivariate correlations were assessed by Spearman’s or Pearson’s correlation coefficient
  2. GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, CT computerized tomography, SAH subarachnoid hemorrhage