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Table 1 Demographic data of all patients with upper extremity injuries

From: Risk factors for complications and adverse outcomes in polytrauma patients with associated upper extremity injuries

Number of patients 149
Gender 74.5% M/ 25.5% F
Age at accident (years)
 3-18 16 ± 5.9
 19-23 23 ± 5.0
 24-33 29 ± 4.9
 34-60 55 ± 7.1
 Age at follow up (years) 44 ± 11.9
ISS
 0-15 5 ± 4.1
 16-25 16 ± 6.5
  > 25 26 ± 4.8
 Head Concussion (light head injury n, %) 89 (59.7%)
 Head Contusion (mod. Head injury n, %) 5 (0.3%)
 Time between accident and F/U (years) 17.1 yrs. ± 5
 Patients that underwent surgery n (%) 88 (59.1%)
 ICU stay (days) 13.6 days ±22.4
 Multiple upper extremity fractures 52 (34.9%)
 Isolated upper extremity fractures 60 (40.3%)
 Upper extremity shaft fractures 37 (24.8%)
 Sf 12 (psychological) 50.9 ± 10.5
 Sf 12 (physical) 44.4 ± 10.8
 Rehab score (HASPOC) 64.1 ± 44.9