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Table 1 Patient demographics and peri-operative data overview

From: Internal fixation of anterior acetabular fractures with a limited pararectus approach and the anatomical plates: preliminary results

No. Sex Age Classificationa Injury to surgery (day) Operative time (min) Blood loss (ml) Internal Fixation Complications
1 M 48 AC 3 45 100 Supra-pectineal plate No
2 F 39 AW 4 50 150 Supra-pectineal plate No
3 M 47 AC 4 80 350 Supra-pectineal plate No
4 F 40 TR 10 110 550 Infra-pectineal and ilioischiatic plates No
5 F 35 TR 14 100 750 Infra-pectineal and ilioischiatic plates Peritoneal injury
6 M 45 AC 3 90 150 Supra- and infra-pectineal plates No
7 M 71 AC 8 105 400 Supra-pectineal plate No
8 M 60 TR 8 115 200 Infra-pectineal and ilioischiatic plates No
9 M 29 AC 5 70 150 Supra- and infra-pectineal plates No
10 M 28 AC 10 65 300 Infra-pectineal plate No
11 F 44 TR 7 110 450 Infra-pectineal and ilioischiatic plates No
12 M 47 AC-PHT 9 105 560 Infra-pectineal and ilioischiatic plates No
13 M 78 AC 5 85 250 Supra- and infra-pectineal plates No
14 M 54 AC 7 50 200 Supra- and infra-pectineal plates No
15 M 60 AC 6 90 350 Supra- / infra-pectineal plates and ioischiatic plates No
16 F 43 AC-PHT 4 150 450 Supra-pectineal plate No
17 M 30 AC 9 125 320 Supra- and infra-pectineal plates No
Mean and standard deviation   46.9 ± 14.1   6.8 ± 3.0 90.9 ± 28.7 334.1 ± 177.3   
  1. a Letournel’s classification, AC anterior column, AW anterior wall, PHT posterior hemi transverse, TR transverse