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Table 1 Patients’ characteristics

From: Do the successful revision surgery for humeral nonunion solve all the effects on health‐related quality of life? A retrospective cohort study

Patients’ characteristics value(%)
Age(mean ± SD, y) 42.29 ± 4.17
Male/female 43/19
BMI (mean ± SD, kg/m2) 25.71 ± 2.18
Smoking
 yes 15(24.19 %)
 no 47(75.81 %)
Alcohol abuse
 yes 7(11.29 %)
 no 55(88.71 %)
Handness Inventory
 handness 36(58.06 %)
 non-handness 26(41.94 %)
Occupation
 physical labor 37(59.68 %)
 mental worker 19(30.65 %)
 retirees 6(9.67 %)
Etiology
 low fall 24(38.71 %)
 high fall 19(30.65 %)
 MCVs 8(12.90 %)
 fall objects 7(11.29 %)
 sport 4(6.45 %)
Comorbidities
 hypertension 11(17.74 %)
 diabetes 8(12.90 %)
 heart disease 4(6.45 %)
 othersa 4(6.45 %)
  1. Othera included prostatitis, osteoporosis, hepatitis. Abbreviations: BMI body mass index, MVCs motor vehicle collisions