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Table 2 Laboratory data on initial arrival

From: Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta may increase the bleeding of minor thoracic injury in severe multiple trauma patients: a case report

Complete blood count
 WBC 4500 /μl
 Neu 71.8 %
 Lym 24.9 %
 RBC 378 × 104/μl
 Hb 11.6 g/dl
 Ht 34.4 %
 Plt 22.5 × 104/μl
Arterial blood gas (10 L/minute oxygenation)
 pH 7.451  
 PO2 41.7 mmHg
 PCO2 251.3 mmHg
 HCO3 - 28.4 mmol/l
 BE 4.1 mmol/l
 Lac 43.4 mg/dl
 TP 6.0 g/dl
 Alb 3.8 g/dl
 BUN 12.6 mg/dl
 Cre 0.84 mg/dl
 Na 135 mEq/l
 K 3.3 mEq/l
 Cl 97 mEq/l
 Ca 9.1 mg/dl
 AST 321 U/l
 ALT 217 U/l
 LDH 902 U/l
 ALP 170 U/l
 T-Bil 1.3 mg/dl
 CPK 450 U/l
 CRP 0.03 mg/dl
 APTT 30.3 seconds
 PT 65 %
 PT-INR 1.23  
 Fib 171 mg/dl
 FDP 80.5 μg/ml
 D-dimer 40.16 μg/ml
  1. Alb albumin, ALP alkaline phosphatase, ALT alanine aminotransferase, APTT activated partial thromboplastin time, AST aspartate aminotransferase, BE base excess, BUN blood urea nitrogen, Ca calcium, Cl chlorine, CPK creatine phosphokinase, Cre creatinine, CRP C-reactive protein, FDP fibrin degradation product, Fib fibrinogen, Hb hemoglobin, HCO 3 - bicarbonate, Ht hematocrit, K potassium, Lac lactate, LDH lactate dehydrogenase, Lym lymphocyte, Na sodium, Neu neutrophil, PCO 2 partial pressure of carbon dioxide, Plt platelets, PO 2 partial pressure of oxygen, PT prothrombin time, PT-INR prothrombin time-international normalized ratio, RBC red blood cells, T-Bil total bilirubin, TP total protein, WBC white blood cells