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Table 2 Different hemoglobin measurements and variations

From: How useful are hemoglobin concentration and its variations to predict significant hemorrhage in the early phase of trauma? A multicentric cohort study

  SH
n = 755
CL
n = 5647
p value
POC-Hbprehosp (g dl−1) 12.5 [11–14] 14.0 [13–15] < 0.001
POC-Hbhosp (g dl−1) 9.6 [8–11] 13.5 [12–15] < 0.001
DeltaPOC-Hb (g dl−1) − 3 [− 5;− 1] − 1 [− 2;0] < 0.001
Hb-Labhosp (g dl−1) 9.3 [7.6–11] 13.5 [12–14.5] < 0.001
  1. SH significant hemorrhage, CL controls, POC-Hbprehosp and POC-Hbhosp prehospital and hospital hemoglobin levels provided by point-of-care device, DeltaPOC-Hb POC-Hbhosp − POC-Hbprehosp, Hb-Labhosp hemoglobin level provided by the laboratory at hospital admission