Table 3: Characteristics of patients undergoing operative intervention

Case No. Age Sex Type of Injury Presenting GCS Time from Implant (days) Neurosurgical Intervention Outcome Survival after injury (days)
1 23 F Bilateral cortical ICHs (>30 cm3), right cerebellar hemorrhage (<30 cm3), and IVH 13 1322 Craniotomy, evacuation of cerebellar hematoma, and EVD placement The patient had continued evolution of ICHs and elevated ICP; Family withdrew care on POD 3 4
2 62 M Right spontaneous SDH (20mm) with 12 mm of midline shift 11 172 Craniotomy and SDH evacuation The patient decompensated hemodynamically after surgery and was unable to be resuscitated 1
3 30 F Left frontal ICH (>30 cm3) with 11 mm of midline shift 3 1072 Craniectomy and ICH evacuation The patient continued to develop remote ICH and ischemic injury; her neurological exam was moribund; care was withdrawn on POD 2 3
4 52 F Right frontal ICH (>30 cm3) with 8 mm midline shift and IVH 4 11 Craniectomy, ICH evacuation, and EVD placement The patient's neurological exam never improved, and she had considerable comorbidities including respiratory failure and acute renal failure; care was withdrawn 2
5 42 M Left SDH (9mm) after fall with 4mm of midline shift 13 138 Burr hole evacuationof SDH 11 days after presentation The patient tolerated the procedure well, had an uneventful post operative course, and was discharged home >798
6 52 M Left SDH (15 mm) with IVH and 23 mm of midline shift after fall 5 37 Craniectomy and SDH evacuation The patient remained moribund on exam and the family decided to withdraw care 5
7 35 M Right frontal ICH (>30 cm3) with 20 mm of midline shift 3 1 Craniectomy, evacuation of hematoma, and EVD placement The patient progressed to brain death on POD 2 2