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Table 1 Biodemographic and clinical features of patients

From: Geriatric scores can predict long-term survival rate after hip fracture surgery

Biodemographic features Clinical variables
Gender   Charlson Index (CI)  
 Female 82.1%  0–1 (no comorbidity) 54.1%
 Male 17.9%  2 (med. comorbidity) 16.9%
Age    ≥3 (high comorbidity) 29.0%
 65–79 years-old 17.9% ASA class  
 80–89 years-old 49.8%  I-II 36.7%
 >  90 years-old 32.4%  III-IV 63.3%
Residence   Type of fracture  
 Town 51.2%  Intracapsular 36.7%
 Rural 48.8%  Trochanteric 49.8%
Institution-living    Periprosthetic 1.4%
 At admission 33.8%  Other 12.1%
 At discharge 50.7% Surgical procedure  
Side of fracture    Osteosynthesis 62.3%
 Right 44.4%  Partial hip replacement 36.7%
 Left 55.6%  Total hip replacement 1.0%
  1. Descriptive analysis showing frequencies of studied variables, on the 207 patient study cohort. Med: medium