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Table 1 Individual data regarding clinical bleeding, ultrasonography imaging, renal failure and treatment (NA = not available)

From: Contribution of ultrasonography to the diagnosis of internal bleeding in snakebite envenomation

Patient number (sex, age) Time before presentation Clinical hemorrhage USG signs Internal blood volume (mL) Antivenom doses Renal failure
1 (M, 12) 6–24 h Yes Yes 2000 2 No
2 (M, 21) 6–24 h No Yes 190 1 No
3 (M, 19) 6–24 h No No 0 2 No
4 (M, 40) >72 h Yes Yes 58 4 Yes
5 (F, 26) 6–24 h Yes Yes 90 2 No
6 (F, 13) >72 h Yes Yes NA 1 No
7 (F, 12) <6 h Yes Yes 12 2 No
8 (F, 40) 24–48 h No Yes NA 1 No
9 (M, 33) >72 h No No 65 1 No
10 (F, 25) 48–72 h No Yes NA 0 No
11 (M, 70) <6 h No No 1200 1 No
12 (M, 10) <6 h Yes Yes NA 2 No
13 (M, 12) 6–24 h Yes No 72 1 No
14 (M, 30) >72 h Yes Yes NA 3 Yes
15 (M, 30) >72 h Yes Yes NA 3 No
16 (M, 35) 6–24 h No No 340 2 No
17 (F, 40) 48–72 h Yes Yes 13 3 No
18 (M, 32) >72 h No No 0 1 No
19 (M, 40) >72 h Yes No 0 2 No
20 (F, 35) <6 h Yes No 0 1 No
21 (M, 28) 48–72 h Yes Yes 320 3 No
22 (M,17) <6 h No No 0 1 No
23 (F, 30) >72 h No Yes NA 0 No
24 (F, 22) 6–24 h No No 0 1 No
25 (M, 24) 48–72 h Yes Yes NA 2 No
26 (M, 10) >72 h No Yes 184 2 No
27 (M, 19) 24–48 h Hematuria Yes 60 2 No
28 (F,28) 6–24 h No No 0 1 No
29 (M, 40) 24–48 h No No 0 1 No
30 (M, 28) 6–24 h No No 0 1 No
31 (M, 11) >72 h Yes Yes 450 4 No
32 (M, 25) >72 h No Yes NA 2 No