台灣地區外傷性顱內出血之研究

Translated title of the contribution: Survey of Intracranial Hematoma in Taiwan

Jia-Wei Lin, Wan Chen Tsai, Wen-Ta Chiu, Tien Jen Lin, Pei Yeh Chiang, Chien-Min Lin, Jin-Fu Chen, I-Hung Kan, Shih Han Tsai, Cheuk-Sing Choy

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Abstract

The survey was conducted over an 8 years period from July 1, 1994 to June 30, 2002 and the data were collected from 55 major hospitals. A total of 90,250 traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases were collected, 27,585 were identified to have traumatic intracranial hematoma (TICH) among them. The incidence rate of males is 2.65 times higher than the females. Traffic injury (67.6%) and falls (25.0%) were the two leading causes of TICH. Among traffic injury, motorcycle-related traumatic injury had the highest incidence rate (69.6%). In these TICH patients, 27.1% had severe head injuries, and 3,180(13.5%) were death. In the logistic regression studies, the elder patients had highest risk of developing TICH. Patient without motorcycle helmet had higher risk (OR=1.40) of developing TICH than that with helmet. Pedestrian injury (OR=1.61) had the highest risk of developing TICH, followed by bicycle injury (OR=1.55) and motorcycle injury (OR=1.28) when compared to automobile injury.
Translated title of the contributionSurvey of Intracranial Hematoma in Taiwan
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)20-28
Number of pages9
Journal中華民國急救加護醫學會雜誌
Volume15
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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