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Table 4 Correlation between first measured vital signs within 10 min from the crash, speed, age of rider, type of crash and occurrence of injuries

From: Vital and Clinical Signs Gathered Within the First Minutes After a Motorcycle Accident on a Racetrack: an Observational Study

  B 95% CI t Sig.
Speed ≥ 90 km/h 0.02 (−0.06; 0.06) 0.56 0.59
Highsider or collision 0.92 (0.00; 0.19) 1.94 0.05
Age ≥ 40 years −0.12 (−0.11; 0.85) −0.25 0.81
GCS < 15 0.27 (0.74; 0.46) 2.75 0.00
Respiratory rate
< 10 or > 29
0.15 (−0.14; 0.44) 1.04 0.30
SpO2 < 95% 0.03 (−0.18; 0.25) 0.31 0.76
Heart rate
< 50 or > 120
−0.10 (−0.20; −0.00) −2.24 0.08
SBT< 90 0.13 (−0.03; 0.29) 1.56 0.17
Clinical signs of injury 0.68 (0.57; 0.78) 12.6 0.00
  1. Model summary: p = 0.00, R2 = 0.93. Outcome variable: injuries
  2. B, unstandardized coefficient beta; CI, confidence interval (lower bound; upper bound); Sig., p value; cursive number, significant p value. GCS, Glasgow Coma Scale; SBT, systolic blood pressure; SpO2, peripheral capillary oxygen saturation