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Table 1 Baseline data

From: Influence of different great trochanteric entry points on the outcome of intertrochanteric fractures: a retrospective cohort study

  Group LA (n = 98) Group MP (n = 114) P value
Age(years) 76.64 ± 8.59 76.52 ± 8.90 0.990a
Gender    0.278b
 Male 30(30.6%) 43(37.7%)  
 Female 68(69.3%) 71(62.3%)  
SPMSQ     0.878b
 Intact 49(50.0%) 61(53.5%)  
 Mild 35(35.7%) 38(33.3%)  
 Moderate 14(14.3%) 15(13.2%)  
ASA     0.606b
 I 17(17.3%) 18(15.8%)  
 II 32(32.7%) 36(31.6%)  
 III 41(41.8%) 44(38.6%)  
 IV 8(8.2%) 16(14.0%)  
Fracture side     0.835b
 Right 34(34.7%) 38(33.3%)  
 Left 64(65.3%) 76(66.7%)  
Fracture classification    0.411b
Stable A1.1 8 63(64.3%) 8 67(58.8%)  
A1.2 16 15
A1.3 18 21
A2.1 21 23
Unstable A2.2 17 35(35.7%) 20 47(41.2%)  
A2.3 8 11
A3 10 16
Harris Hip Score 91.70 ± 6.09 92.33 ± 5.39   0.585c
  1. SPMSQ Short Portable Mental Status Questionnaire, ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists
  2. aStudent’ T test
  3. bChi-square test
  4. cMann-Whitney Test