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Table 4 Complications and outcomes after treatment using the Humerusblock

From: Comparison between minimally invasive, percutaneous osteosynthesis and locking plate osteosynthesis in 3-and 4-part proximal humerus fractures

Patient Gender Age Fracture type ASA Type Reoperation (weeks after fracture treatment) CMS UCLA SST VAS Satisfaction
1 female 70 4 part 2 loss of reduction 1 54 21 8 4 dissatisfied
2 female 54 4 part 2 loss of reduction 2 60 27 9 2 satisfied
3 male 62 4 part 3 loss of reduction 3 64 28 9 2 satisfied
4 female 48 3 part 2 pin perforation 2 70 30 10 0 satisfied
5 male 67 4 part 3 pin perforation 3 60 21 8 4 dissatisfied
6 female 72 4 part 2 AVN   48 18 8 5 dissatisfied
7 female 78 4 part 2 AVN   34 17 4 6 dissatisfied
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