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Table 1 Estimated number of community-dwelling older persons in Bavaria and estimated number of fractures

From: The impact of preventive measures on the burden of femoral fractures – a modelling approach to estimating the impact of fall prevention exercises and oral bisphosphonate treatment for the years 2014 and 2025

Year 2014 2025 Increased
Persons aged 65 years and older (N) 2,416,531 2,830,756 17.1 %
 Persons aged 70 – 89 years (N/%a) 1,723,729 (71.3) 1,881,387 (66.5) 9.1 %
 Persons with osteoporosisc aged 65 years and older (N/%a) 561,439 (23.2) 666,902 (23.6) 18.8 %
Femoral fractures in persons aged 65 years and older (N) 17,119 21,263 24.2 %
 Femoral fractures in persons aged 70–89 years (N/%b) 13,439 (78.5) 15,917 (74.9) 18.4 %
 Femoral fractures in persons with osteoporosisc aged 65 years and older (N/%b) 11,055 (64.6) 13,938 (65.6) 26.1 %
  1. a refers to % among all persons 65 years and older
  2. b refers to % among all femoral fractures in persons aged 65 years and older
  3. c (% among all persons with osteoporosis as defined by T-score ≤ −2.5)
  4. d increase between 2014 and 2025