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Table 1 National Incidence of Intensive Care Unit Admissions after Traumatic Injury, National Trauma Data Bank, 2013

From: Complications and in-hospital mortality in trauma patients treated in intensive care units in the United States, 2013

  Admissions to ICU after Trauma (95 % Confidence Interval)
Total 3.3 (3.2–3.3)
Gender
 Male 4.6 (4.6–4.6)
 Female 1.9 (1.9–1.9)
Age, years
 18–39 4.1 (4.1–4.2)
 40–59 3.6 (3.6–3.7)
 60–79 4.3 (4.2–4.3)
 ≥80 7.8 (7.7-8.0)
Racea
 White 2.9 (2.9–2.9)
 Black 3.1 (3.0–3.2)
Injury Class
 Blunt 2.9 (2.8–2.9)
 Penetrating 0.3 (0.2–0.3)
 Otherb 0.1 (0.1–0.1)
Intention
 Assault 0.4 (0.4–0.4)
 Self-Harm 0.1 (0.1–0.1)
 Unintentional 2.8 (2.8–2.8)
US Census Region
 Northeast 2.7 (2.7–2.8)
 South 2.9 (2.8–2.9)
 Midwest 3.6 (3.6–3.7)
 West 3.9 (3.8–3.9)
  1. aOther races (e.g., Native Americans, Asian-Americans, Native Hawaiians) not stratified for analysis because precise stratified information on these sub-categories was not available in the dataset
  2. bOther injuries includes environmental injuries (e.g., animal attack), drownings, overdoses or toxic ingestions, suffocation, exertional injuries, and unspecified injuries