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Table 2 Mortality in relation to gender, fracture type and surgical factors

From: Epidemiology, treatment and mortality of trochanteric and subtrochanteric hip fractures: data from the Swedish fracture register

  30-day mortality 1-year mortality
% (n=) % (n=)
All 7.7 (811/10548) 26 (2731/10548)
Gender
 Female 6.2 (456/7317) 23 (1705/7317)
 Male 11 (355/3231) 32 (1026/3231)
Fracture typea
 31-A1 7.2 (222/3067) 26 (793/3067)
 31-A2 8.2 (427/5191) 27 (1389/5191)
 31-A3 7.1 (162/228) 24 (548/2288)
Time to surgery
  ≤ 24 h 7.8 (349/4471) 25 (1118/4471)
  ≤ 36 h 8.0 (429/5354) 26 (1370/5354)
  > 36 h 9.8 (56/574) 31 (179/574)
Time of surgery start
 08–22 8.2 (460/5604) 26 (1476/5604)
 22–08 8.0 (42/522) 24 (126/522)
Implant
 Short intramedullary nail 8.2 (362/4411) 27 (1167/4411)
 Long intramedullary nail 6.8 (130/1903) 24 (450/1903)
 Plate with sliding hip screw 7.6 (298/3935) 26 (1030/3935)
 Other 7.0 (21/299) 28 (84/299)
  1. Data is presented in relation to the number of available inputs in the register
  2. aFracture type according to the AO/OTA classification:
  3. 31-A1 Simple trochanteric fractures
  4. 31-A2 Multifragmented trochanteric fractures
  5. 31-A3 Trochanteric reverse oblique and subtrochanteric fractures