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Table 2 Clinical characteristics, injury severity, early treatment and outcome of multiple trauma patients with early diagnosed and missed foot injuries. P values are shown in the table

From: Missed foot fractures in multiple trauma patients

  Patients with early diagnosed foot injuries Patients with missed foot injuries Total p
n 2055 144 2199  
gender female 545 (31.7%) 39 (31.2%) 584 0,9932
male 1174 (68.3%) 86 (68.8%) 1260  
age 1 to 17 years 72 (4.2%) 6 (4.8%) 78 0,9809
18 to 59 years 1261 (73.4%) 87 (69.6%) 1348  
60 to 69 years 286 (16.6%) 25 (20.0%) 311  
> 70 years 99 (5.8%) 7 (5.6%) 106  
cause of accident car 691 (40.9%) 54 (44.3%) 745 0,835
motorcycle 240 (14.2%) 16 (13.1%) 256  
bicycle 28 (1.7%) 3 (2.5%) 31  
pedestrian 80 (4.7%) 8 (6.6%) 88  
fall > 3 m 567 (33.5%) 31 (25.4%) 598  
fall < 3 m 30 (1.8%) 5 (4.1%) 35  
others 55 (3.3%) 5 (4.1%) 60  
GCS > 8 1292 (79.1%) 104 (84.6%) 1396 0,3488
GCS ≤ 8 342 (20.9%) 19 (15.4%) 361  
AIS head < 3 1147 (66.5%) 76 (60.8%) 1223 0,4355
≥ 3 579 (33.5%) 49 (39.2%) 628  
AIS thorax< 3 581 (33.7%) 45 (36%) 626 0,8673
≥ 3 1145 (66.3%) 80 (64.0%) 1225  
AIS abdomen < 3 1210 (70.1%) 85 (68%) 1295 0,8844
≥ 3 516 (29.9%) 40 (32%) 556  
GOS dead 172 (10.5%) 10 (8.4%) 182 0,9735
persisted vegetative state 21 (1.3%) 1 (0.8%) 22  
severely handicapped 234 (14.3%) 13 (10.9%) 247  
slightly handicapped 590 (36%) 44 (37%) 634  
well recovered 624 (38%) 51 (42.9%) 675  
discharge from hospital to home 538 (31.2%) 46 (37.1%) 584 0,6108
to rehabilitation clinic 655 (38%) 44 (35.5%) 699  
to another hospital 289 (16.8%) 15 (12.1%) 304  
others 69 (4.0%) 9 (7.3%) 78  
death 172 (10.0%) 10 (8.1%) 182