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Table 1: Calculation of the OTS Initial visual factor raw points Raw points A Initial visual acuity category NLP 60 LP to HM 70 1/200-19/200 80 20/200-20/50 90 [greater than or equal to]20/40 100 B Globe rupture -23 C Endophthalmitis -17 D Perforating injury -14 E Retinal detachment -11 F Afferent pupillary defect -10 OTS: Ocular trauma score, NLP: No light perception, LP: Light perception, HM: Hand movement Table 2: Calculation of the OTS category OTS score Category 0-44 1 45-65 2 66-80 3 81-91 4 92-100 5 OTS: Ocular trauma score Table 3: Age distribution of study patients Age Male (n=158) Female (n=54) Total group (years) 0-5 12 (7.
Data were evaluated for variables such as age, sex, injury severity score (ISS), revised trauma score (RTS), injury mechanism, ventilator support requirement, associated injuries, ICU days, total length of stay (LOS), associated thoracic injuries, arterial blood gas (ABG) data, and laboratory examinations performed on arrival at our hospital.
After such extensive studies, Ocular Trauma Score (OTS) was developed by Kuhn et al.
In Phase 2, we used 4 years (2008 to 2011) of the National Trauma Databank Research Dataset (NTDB RDS) to validate our newly developed trauma scores.
When the mechanism of injury, the agent of injury, the level of the injury, or the trauma score values were evaluated, there was no statistical association between the groups of survivors and non-survivors.
The Ocular Trauma Score (OTS) is a method developed to determine the visual outcome after 6 months among patients with ocular trauma.
Table 1: Trauma classification by Sgan Cohen et al[10] Trauma Description score 0 No evidence of trauma 1 Trauma limited to enamel 2 Trauma involving dentin 3 Trauma involving the pulp 4 Treated trauma, which had clearly involved at least the dentin and usually restored with a composite restoration 5 Discoloration due to trauma (verified by interview) 6 Avulsed tooth due to trauma (verified by interview) Table 2: Toothwise distribution of trauma and trauma scores in children with active sports involvement Trauma score 1 2 3 4 5 Maxillary right 41 21 1 1 1 central incisor Maxillary right 16 17 0 0 0 lateral incisor Maxillary left 20 21 1 0 0 central incisor Maxillary left 6 4 0 1 0 lateral incisor Other teeth 8 4 2 0 0 Total injured 91(51.
The data obtained included patient demographics, use of a protective device (helmet), mechanism of injury, parts of the body injured, type of injury, injury-to-arrival time (hours), paediatric trauma score, hospital length of stay (days), and outcome.
Prehospital airway and ventilation management: a trauma score and injury severity score-based analysis.
The pediatric trauma score as a predictor of injury severity: An objective assessment," J Trauma, Vol.

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