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Table 1 Demographic and surgical data for all patients

From: Is fast reversal and early surgery (within 24 h) in patients on warfarin medication with trochanteric hip fractures safe? A case-control study

  Warfarin patients (n = 99) Control group (n = 99) P-value
Age (years), mean (±SD) 86 (7.4) 86 (7.1) 0.8
Gender, female n (%) 69 (70) 69 (70) 1.0
Height (cm), mean (±SD) 167 (10) 166 (10) 0.3
Weight (kg), mean (±SD) 69 (14) 64 (12) 0.02
Charlson comorbidity index, mean (±SD) 5.4 (1.3) 5.0 (1.2) 0.1
ASA class 1 or 2, n (%) 5 (5.1) 18 (18) 0.007
Fracture type
 Trochanteric, n (%) 68 (69) 66 (67) 0.9
 Subtrochanteric, n (%) 31 (31) 33 (33)  
Implant type
 Short nail, n (%) 66 (67) 66 (67) 1.0
 Long nail, n (%) 33 (33) 33 (33)  
Time to surgery (hours), mean (±SD) 16 (4.8) 14 (5.6) 0.04
Anaesthesia type
 Spinal, n (%) 98 (99) 99 (100) 1.0
 General, n (%) 1 (1.0) 0  
Time of surgery (min), mean (±SD) 65 (16) 64 (14) 0.8
  1. ASA = American Society of Anesthesiologists