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Table 4 The demographic data in the control group

From: Rhabdomyolysis in drug-related deaths

Age (mean) 33.64 years
Sex (n, %) Male = 18 (81.8)
Female = 4 (18.2)
Cause of death (n, %)
 Hanging 4 (18.2)
 Drowning 2 (9.1)
 Brainstem laceration 3 (13.6)
 Aortic laceration 1 (4.5)
 Liver laceration 2 (9.1)
 Heart and lung laceration 1 (4.5)
 Cervical spine injuries 1 (4.5)
 Intracranial hemorrhage 1 (4.5)
 Pulmonary embolism 1 (4.5)
 Electrocution 1 (4.5)
 Head injuries 2 (9.1)
 Multiple organ injuries 3 (13.6)
Found substances (n, %)
 Ethanol 11 (50)
 Methamphetamine 6 (27.3)
 Multiple drugs 5 (22.7)
  Case 1 Alprazolam,tramadol
  Case 2 Methamphetamine, methadone
  Case 3 Methamphetamine, midazolam, Morphine
  Case 4 Ethanol, methamphetamine
  Case 5 Ketamine, methamphetamine
The organ mean weights (g, range)
 Lung : right 503.64 (200–980)
 Lung : left 444.55 (180–1150)
 Heart 300.45 (200–420)
 Brain 1272.73 (1150–1600)
 Liver 1430.91 (970–2300)