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Table 1 Patient characteristics at admission

From: Evaluation of patient-centered rehabilitation model targeting older persons with a hip fracture, including those with cognitive impairment

Characteristic Usual care, n = 76 Intervention, n = 73 P-value
Age    0.01
64–74 18 (24%) 18 (25%)  
65–84 37 (49%) 20 (27%)  
85+ 21 (28%) 35 (48%)  
MMSE at admission    0.86
Impaired (MMSE < 24) 23 (30%) 24 (33%)  
Not impaired (MMSE ≥ 24) 53 (70%) 49 (67%)  
CAM at admission    0.24
No delirium 72 (95%) 65 (89%)  
Delirium 4 (5%) 8 (11%)  
Pre-fracture ambulation    0.61
Independent without gait aid 36 (47%) 36 (50%)  
Independent with gait aid 31 (41%) 32 (44%)  
Dependent with standby assistance 5 (7%) 3 (4%)  
Dependent with Min-Mod assistance 4 (5%) 2 (3%)  
Pre-fracture distance walked    0.69
> 1 block 47 (61%) 47 (65%)  
< 1 block 24 (32%) 22 (30%)  
Indoors only 5 (7%) 4 (5%)  
Pre-fracture history of falls with injury    0.86
Previous fall with injury 39 (56%) 38 (58%)  
No previous falls with injury 31 (44%) 28 (42%)  
Missing 6 7  
Comorbidities    0.20
0 to 2 9 (12%) 12 (16%)  
3 9 (12%) 17 (23%)  
4 14 (18%) 14 (19%)  
5 11 (14%) 10 (14%)  
6 or more 33 (43%) 20 (27%)  
  1. SD – Standard Deviation; MMSE – Mini-Mental State Exam; CAM – Confusion Assessment Method; Min-Mod – minimum to moderate.