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Table 1 The baseline characteristics in TES and CUE groups

From: The traditional experience strategy (TES) and combined ultrasonography examination (CUE) for the treatment of lateral compression type 1 pelvic fractures: a historical control study

  TES group (n = 42) CUE group (n = 35) t/chi-square P
Age (years) 52.26 ± 16.43 54.63 ± 15.40 -0.648 0.519
Gender     
 Female 22 15 0.694 0.405
 Male 20 20
Injury Mechanism
 Accident 17 17 0.618 0.734
 High falling 14 11
 Slipped 11 7
Preoperative VAS 3.05 ± 1.36 3.34 ± 1.49 -0.907 0.367
Fracture types
 Unilateral pubic branch fracture 8 9 10.643 0.059
 Bilateral pubic branch fracture 9 0
 Incomplete sacral + unilateral pubic branch fracture 8 10
 Incomplete sacral + bilateral pubic branch fracture 8 4
 Complete sacral + unilateral pubic branch fracture 6 7
 Complete sacral + bilateral pubic branch fracture 3 5
Comorbidities
 Hypertension (%) 9 4 1.36 0.243
 Diabetes (%) 3 5 0.42 0.517
 Stroke (%) 1 3 0.494 0.482
 Multiple injuries (%) 9 9 0.196 0.658