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Table 2 Comparison of all patients according to their pre-specified groups

From: The role of the combination of bone and fall related risk factors on short-term subsequent fracture risk and mortality

   Total n=834 Group 1 BRF n=183 Group 2 Combination of RFs n=334 Group 3 FRF n=170 Group 4 No RFs n=147 P value
Age (SD)   67.3 (10.4) 65.6 (9.5) 70.0 (10.4) 67.6 (10.8) 63.0 (8.7)  
Sex n (%)        <0.001
  Women 608 (72.9) 127 (69.4) 278 (83.2) 120 (70.6) 83 (56.5)  
  Men 226 (27.1) 56 (30.6) 56 (16.8) 50 (29.4) 64 (43.5)  
Fracture location n (%)        <0.001
  Major 286 (34.3) 61 (33.3) 143 (42.8) 47 (27.6) 35 (23.8)  
  Minor 548 (65.7) 122 (66.7) 191 (57.2) 123 (72.4) 112 (76.2)  
Subsequent fracture n (%) Total 57 (6.8) 9 (4.9) 32 (9.6) 7 (4.1) 9 (6.1) 0.069
  1st year 34 (59.6) 3 (33.3) 22 (68.8) 3 (42.9) 6 (66.7)  
  2nd year 23 (40.4) 6 (67.7) 10 (31.2) 4 (57.1) 3 (33.3)  
Mortality n (%)   29 (3.5) 6 (3.3) 13 (3.9) 7 (4.1) 3 (2.0) 0.728
  1. Chi-square and Fisher’s exact tests were used for categorical variables and ANOVA F-tests for numerical variables.