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Table 3 Vital signs and intra-operative findings of patients who were reoperated

From: Tranexamic acid therapy for postoperative bleeding after bariatric surgery

Patient Re-operation day Blood pressure (mmHG) Pulse (bpm) Hemoglobin (mmol/l) Drain production (cc) Imaging findings Intra-operative findings
1 1 120/64 128 6.9 400 CT-abdomen: Fluid around pouch Hematoma, 400 cc blood evacuated, no active bleeding, anastomoses intact
2 0 i) 93/55 90 Bleeding from trocar opening, 1000 cc blood evacuated, anastomoses intact
4 ii) 107/60 115 6.0 X-thorax: free air
CT-abdomen: Free fluid
Bleeding of gastro-jejunostomy anastomosis
3 1 127/81 104 5.7 650 Bleeding vasa brevia
Bleeding anastomosis pouch
4 2 147/100 125 6.0 100 Liver laceration
Bleeding spleen
5 0 74/55 80 6.3 0 Diffuse bleeding of staple line, vasa brevia