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Table 4 Counts and Percentages of French Service Members Receiving IV Fluids and Blood Products per Battle Status. Counts and Ranges (Lowest and Highest) of IV Fluids (in Liters) and Blood Products (in Units) are Provided

From: Description of trauma among French service members in the Department of Defense Trauma Registry: understanding the nature of trauma and the care provided

Blood Products and SolutionsBattle n = 46 (78%)Nonbattle n = 13 (22%)Total n = 59p-value
IV Fluids
 Crystalloid recipients22 (47.8%)4 (30.8%)26 (44.1%)0.35
 Crystalloid units99.4 (0.35–13.6)4.2 (0.5–1.9)103.6 (0.35–13.6) 
 Colloid recipients4 (8.7%)4 (6.8%)0.56
 Colloid units3 (0.25–1.75)3 (0.25–1.8) 
 Total recipients22 (47.8%)4 (30.8%)26 (44.1%)0.35
 Total units102.4 (0.35–15.3)4.2 (0.5–1.9)106.6 (0.35–15.3) 
Blood Products
 Whole Blood recipients1 (2.2%)1 (1.7%)1.00
 Whole Blood units44 
 PRBCa recipients11 (23.9%)1 (7.7%)12 (20.3%)0.27
 PRBC units121 (4–30)7128 (4–30) 
 Platelets recipients6 (13%)6 (10.2%)0.32
 Platelets units17 (1–6)17 (1–6) 
 Cryoprecipitate recipients5 (10.9%)5 (8.5%)0.58
 Cryoprecipitate units86 (1–40)86 (1–40) 
 FFPb recipients12 (26.1%)1 (7.7%)13 (22%)0.26
 FFP units111 (3–23)4115 (3–23) 
 Total recipients13 (28.3%)1 (7.7%)14 (23.7%)0.16
 Total units339 (4–73)11350 (4–73) 
  1. PRBC Packed Red Blood Cell, FFP Fresh Frozen Plasma