This article provides additional data on the application of early coagulation support protocol in the management of major trauma patients. Data come from a retrospective analysis reported in the article “Early coagulation support protocol: a valid approach in real-life management of major trauma patients. Results from two Italian centres” [1]. Data contain information about the relationship between differences in resource use and mortality outcomes, and patient demographic and clinical features at presentation. Furthermore, a comparison between resource consumption, the probability of multiple transfusions and the mortality outcomes among propensity-score matched patients is reported.

Data on the application of early coagulation support protocol in the management of major trauma patients

Veronesi G.;
2019-01-01

Abstract

This article provides additional data on the application of early coagulation support protocol in the management of major trauma patients. Data come from a retrospective analysis reported in the article “Early coagulation support protocol: a valid approach in real-life management of major trauma patients. Results from two Italian centres” [1]. Data contain information about the relationship between differences in resource use and mortality outcomes, and patient demographic and clinical features at presentation. Furthermore, a comparison between resource consumption, the probability of multiple transfusions and the mortality outcomes among propensity-score matched patients is reported.
2019
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/data-in-brief
Blood coagulation; Critical care; Fibrinogen; Haemorrhage; Italy; Propensity score; Sensitivity analysis; Trauma centres;
Bocci, M. G.; Nardi, G.; Veronesi, G.; Rondinelli, M. B.; Palma, A.; Fiore, V.; De Candia, E.; Bianchi, M.; Maresca, M.; Barelli, R.; Tersali, A.; Dell'Anna, A. M.; De Pascale, G.; Cutuli, S. L.; Mercurio, G.; Caricato, A.; Grieco, D. L.; Antonelli, M.; Cingolani, E.
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