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Table 1 Main characteristics of the selected studies

From: Annual incidence of osteoporotic hip fractures in Iran: a systematic review and meta-analysis

ID Author name Year Province Mean age Number of hip fractures Measure Standardized Crude Rate (per 100,000 person) Standardized rate (per 100,000 person)
1 Ghafoori et.al. 2014 Tehran 54.2 ± 11.5 23 Incidence rate 252 in pooled sex per 100,000 person-year
2 Moayyeri et.al. 2004 Multi-Province 450 Cumulative incidence U.S. population 2000 84.37 in men 113.03 in menb
103.24 in women 137.83 in womenb
3 Abolhassani et.al. a 2006 Multi-Province 59.9 ± 20.7 in men
70.2 ± 15.3 in women
450 Cumulative incidence U.S. population 2000 84.37 in men 113.03 in menb
103.24 in women 137.83 in womenb
4 Moayyeri et.al. a 2006 Multi-Province 450 Cumulative incidence U.S. population 2000 84.37 in men and 113.165 in men
103.24 in women 138.31 in women
5 Maharlouei et.al. 2017 Fars 74.9 ± 11.9 in men
76.7 ± 10.4 in women
605 Cumulative incidence U.S. population 2000 66.51 in men
92.37 in women
6 Soveid et.al 2005 Fars 74.2 ± 9.2 in men
74.29 ± 9.2 in women
1833 Cumulative incidence U.S. population 1989 71.28 in Men 128.2 in men
112.72 in Women 182.7 in women
7 Valizadeh et.al. 2008 Zanjan 72.0 ± 10.6 in men
76.0 ± 11.4 in women
244 Cumulative incidence U.S. population 2000 190.9 in Men 206.5 in men
160.3 in Women 214.8 in women
8 Asgarzadeh et.al. 2008 East Azarbaijan 75.0 779 Cumulative incidence U.S. population 2000 176 in Men 200.07 in menb
174 in Women 190 in womenb
9 Beyranvand et.al. 2009 Kermanshah 71.4 ± 11.9 in men
73.5 ± 9.9 in women
161 Cumulative incidence U.S. population 2000 125.13 in Men 165.77 in men b
109.57 in Women 153.51 in womenb
  1. a The Iranian Multicenter Study on Accidental Injuries (IMSAI) dataset was used in these two studies as the same as Moayyeri et.al. [16]. Consequently, these studies have not been included in the meta-analysis
  2. b Standardized rates were calculated using article information