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Table 1 Patients’ characteristics

From: Treatment of pelvic fractures through a less invasive ilioinguinal approach combined with a minimally invasive posterior approach

Sex Age (years) Type of fracture Cause of fracture Concomitant injuries Time from injury to surgery (days) Operation time (min) Blood loss (ml) Reduction for fracture (anterior) Reduction for fracture (posterior)
Male 41 Tile B2 Fall injury No 1 160 200 Anatomic Anatomic
Male 38 Tile B1 Traffic injury Right humerus fracture 4 100 180 Near to Anatomic Anatomic
Male 35 Tile B2 Fall injury No 3 180 200 Anatomic Anatomic
Female 43 Tile C1 Traffic injury Left femoral neck fracture 4 140 150 Near to Anatomic Anatomic
Male 36 Tile B2 Fall injury No 4 100 200 Satisfactory Anatomic
Female 34 Tile B1 Traffic injury Left and right alcaneal fractures 5 110 100 Near to Anatomic Anatomic
Male 46 Tile C1 Fall injury Left calcaneal fracture 4 150 200 Satisfactory Anatomic
Female 34 Tile C1 Traffic injury No 5 110 100 Near to Anatomic Anatomic
Male 40 Tile B2 Traffic injury Left olecranon fracture 3 140 200 Anatomic Anatomic
Male 26 Tile B2 Fall injury Left calcaneal fracture 4 150 150 Satisfactory Anatomic
Male 43 Tile B2 Fall injury No 3 95 90 Near to Anatomic Anatomic
Male 47 Tile B1 Fall injury No 5 85 100 Anatomic Anatomic
Female 33 Tile B2 Crush injury No 4 100 90 Anatomic Posterior translation and rotation
Male 46 Tile B2 Crush injury Left humerus fracture, Multiple rib fractures,Dislocation of right hip joint 14 110 140 Satisfactory Anatomic
Female 44 Tile C1 Crush injury No 7 100 150 Anatomic Anatomic
Female 20 Tile C1 Traffic injury Mutiple rib fractures, Right olecranon fracture, Right femoral neck fracture 13 90 80 Anatomic Anatomic
Female 25 Tile B2 Fall injury Left distal radius fracture 6 90 95 Anatomic Anatomic
Male 33 Tile B2 Fall injury No 5 80 100 Satisfactory Anatomic
Male 40 Tile B1 Crush injury Right intertrochanteric fracture 5 70 90 Satisfactory Anatomic
Female 42 Tile C2 Traffic injury Right acetabular fracture 1 85 120 Satisfactory Anatomic
Male 40 Tile B2 Crush injury L1 compression fracture 3 80 90 Anatomic Anatomic
Male 38 Tile B1 Crush injury No 4 115 95 Anatomic Anatomic
Female 46 Tile C1 Crush injury No 6 95 80 Near to Anatomic Anatomic
Female 43 Tile C1 Fall injury Left and right calcaneal fractures 7 90 100 Near to Anatomic Anatomic
Male 38 Tile C2 Crush injury Right acetabular fracture 3 100 80 Satisfactory Anatomic
Female 42 Tile B1 Traffic injury No 2 85 90 Anatomic Anatomic
Female 43 Tile B2 Fall injury Right calcaneal fracture 4 80 90 Anatomic Anatomic
Male 41 Tile C1 Crush injury No 4 110 130 Anatomic Anatomic
Male 39 Tile B2 Traffic injury No 4 120 130 Anatomic Posterior translation and rotation
Female 37 Tile B2 Crush injury Left and right distal radius fractures 3 70 80 Anatomic Anatomic
Male 36 Tile B1 Traffic injury No 6 105 135 Satisfactory Anatomic
Male 47 Tile B2 Traffic injury Rib fracture, Liver laceration, Intestinal laceration 3 110 150 Near to Anatomic Posterior translation and rotation
Female 22 Tile B1 Fall injury No 4 100 180 Anatomic Anatomic
Female 57 Tile B1 Traffic injury Multiple rib fractures 7 200 210 Satisfactory Anatomic
Female 30 Tile B2 Traffic injury Meniscus tear of right knee 4 90 110 Near to Anatomic Near to Anatomic
Male 34 Tile B2 Fall injury Transverse process of lumbar vertebra fracture(L4、5) 5 180 250 Near to Anatomic Posterior translation and rotation
Male 58 Tile C1 Traffic injury No 5 200 240 Anatomic Anatomic