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Table 3 Discharge by timing of mobilisation among patients surgically treated for non-pathological first hip fracture from additive model including prefracture ambulation and residence

From: Discharge after hip fracture surgery in relation to mobilisation timing by patient characteristics: linked secondary analysis of the UK National Hip Fracture Database

Residence prefracture Ambulation prefracture Mobilisation No. of patients No of deathsa No. of live discharges b Unadjusted OR of CIF (95% CI) Adjusted OR of CIF (95% CI)c
  Indoor only Delayed 3925 412 2483 1 1
Early 8054 400 5767 1.46 (1.33–1.61) 1.52 (1.35–1.72)
Residential care Outdoor Delayed 2974 241 1861 1 1
Early 8148 340 5818 1.81 (1.7–1.94) 1.8 (1.65–1.96)
Home Indoor only Delayed 4911 639 1200 1 1
Early 13,039 653 4540 2.27 (2.1–2.45) 2.02 (1.82–2.23)
  Outdoor Delayed 14,640 1015 5719 1 1
Early 73,637 1548 41,464 2.81 (2.71–2.92) 2.38 (2.26–2.5)
  1. Abbreviations: CIF Cumulative incidence function, CI Confidence interval, OR Odds ratio
  2. aAt 30 days from surgery
  3. bAt 30 days from surgery
  4. cAdjusted for age, sex, ethnicity, fracture type, calendar period of admission, timing of surgery, comorbidity, procedure type, day of admission and hospital volume. CIF regression at in-patient days 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, and 30. Results based on a subset of patients with known information for adjustment variables. The analysis of patients with imputation for missing values in adjustment variables in available in supplementary file 4
  5. §Pepe-Mori test p-value. Two–sample test compared to mobilised 2 days or more after surgery