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Table 3 Influences on bone healing

From: Clinical trial and in-vitro study comparing the efficacy of treating bony lesions with allografts versus synthetic or highly-processed xenogeneic bone grafts

  Bony healing N No healing N P
Age 57.89 ± 18.01 211 72.51 ± 13.45 8 0.0025a
Gender (f/m) 102/109 211 6/2 8 n.s.b
ASA 2.09 ± 0.71 211 2.75 ± 0.46 8 0.014c
Defect size 12.90 ± 17.62 211 18.51 ± 20.54 8 n.s.a
BMI 26.42 ± 5.38 211 26.94 ± 4.19 8 n.s.a
Cancellous/Synthetic bone 104/107 211 6/2 8 n.s.b
Smoker/Non-Smoker 51/160 211 5/3 8 0.014b
Insurance status W/C/P 13/159/38 210 3/3/1 7 0.0012b
  1. Overview about the comparing parameters in patients with or without bony consolidation, ffemale, m male, ASA physical status according to the American Society of Anesthesiologists, BMI body mass index, n.s. not significant, W employers mutual insurance association, C compulsory health insurance fund, P private health insurance fund. a t-Test, b χ 2-Test, c U-Test (Mann und Whitney)