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Table 3 Follow-up management and prognosis of patients with re-operation of craniotomy on the day of EDH development

From: Vaccum drainage system application in the management of operation-related non-regional epidural hematoma

No. Postoperative management-hematoma evacuation with craniotomy* Prognosis
1 evacuation of left frontal EDH better, discharged 26/25 days after the 1st/2nd operation
2 evacuation of right frontal EDH right parietal-occipital EDH development 1 day later with conservative treatment
3 evacuation of left temporal-parietal EDH other**
4 evacuation of right fronto-temporal-parietal EDH dead 1 day later
5 evacuation of left temporal-parietal EDH better, discharged 15 days after operation
6 evacuation of right occipital EDH re-operation of left frontal cerebral hematoma 5 days later
7 evacuation of bilateral occipital EDH re-operation of recurrent bilateral occipital EDH 7 days later
8 evacuation of left temporal-parietal-occipital EDH re-operation of left temporal-parietal-occipital cerebral hematoma 1 day later
9 evacuation of left temporal-parietal EDH decompressive craniectomy 3 days later due to left cerebral edema with serious intracranial hypertension
10 evacuation of bilateral frontal EDH left parietal cerebral hemorrhage development 1 day later with conservative treatment
  1. *All patients were operated on the day of EDH appearance.
  2. **The patient gave up treatment with poor prognosis.