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Table 1 Characteristics of included participants

From: Test-retest reliability and measurement errors of grip strength test in patients with traumatic injuries in the upper extremity: a cross-sectional study

Participant demographics (n = 109) n (%)
Age in years, median (lower quartile–upper quartile) 37 (27–46)
Height in centimetres, median (lower quartile–upper quartile) 168 (162–173)
Weight in kilograms, median (lower quartile–upper quartile) 63 (57–72)
Gender
 Male 74 (67.9%)
 Female 35 (32.1%)
Marital status
 Married 93 (85.3%)
 Single 16 (14.7%)
Days since injury, median (lower quartile–upper quartile) 133 (85–227)
Injury side
 Dominant 54 (49.5%)
 Non-dominant 55 (50.5%)
Injury sites
 Hand 68 (62.4%)
 Wrist 16 (14.7%)
 Forearm 9 (8.3%)
 Shoulder 5 (4.6%)
 Elbow 8 (7.3%)
 Upper arm 3 (2.8%)
Types of injuries
 Fracture 52 (47.7%)
 Finger replantation 18 (16.5%)
 Finger amputation 14 (12.8%)
 Complex injuries involved tendons 14 (12.8%)
 Complex injuries involved nerves 11 (10.1%)