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Table 1 Anthropometric and clinical parameters of the study participants

From: Prospective clinical evaluation of a novel anatomic cuff for forearm crutches in patients with osteoarthritis

No. BMI Forearm girth Time of crutch use Condition/reason for crutch use
kg/m2 right/left cm years
1 29.7 24.0/24.5 2.5 chronical lumbovertebral syndrom, status post lapidus- arthrodesis/calcaneus-osteotomy
2 32.0 25.5/25.5 2.0 pangonarthrosis bilateral, spinal canal stenosis lumbal
3 27.0 26.0/26.5 1.1 calcaneo-cubiodal arthrosis left
4 28.7 28.5/29.0 6.5 status post calcaneo-talar arthrodesis right
5 31.4 32.0/32.5 7.0 status post tibio-talar arthrodesis right
6 24.8 26.0/25.6 7.0 hip totalendoprosthesis right, status post pertrochanteric femur fractur left, gluteal insufficience
7 35.1 29.0/28.0 2.0 status post hip totalendoprosthesis left.
8 25.4 24.3/24.5 0.5 status post triplearthrodesis right
9 34.0 26.5/26.5 3.0 status post hip totalendoprosthesis right
10 35.7 31.5/28.5 6.0 status post hip totalendoprosthesis bilateral spinal canal stenosis
  1. BMI body-mass-index
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