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Table 1 Sample characteristics

From: Validation of a novel prediction model for early mortality in adult trauma patients in three public university hospitals in urban India

Variable Updating cohort (n = 1629) Validation cohort (n = 2811) Fraction of missing data (%)
Age 35 (24–47) 35 (25–46) 0/0
Male % 80 (78–82) 80 (79–82) 0/0
Mechanism of injury %    0/0
Fall 27 (25–29) 26 (25–28)  
Railway accident 7 (6–8) 6 (5–7)  
Road traffic accident 46 (44–49) 46 (44–47)  
Assault 9 (7–10) 11 (9–12)  
Burn 6 (5–7) 7 (6–8)  
Other 4 (3–5) 5 (4–5)  
Delay, time from injury to admission (hours) 7 (2–28) 7 (2–26) 6/4
Transferred % 68 (65–70) 71 (69–72) 0/0
Systolic blood pressure 116 (106–125) 120 (110–130) 20/9
Heart rate 90 (80–98) 89 (80–98) 18/3
Glasgow coma scale 15 (9–15) 15 (9–15) 20/8
24-h mortality % 6 (4–7) 7 (6–8) 0/0
  1. Data is presented as medians with inter quartile range or percentages with 95 % confidence intervals as applicable