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Table 2 Baseline demographic for older adults with hip fracture

From: HIP Fracture REhabilitation Program for older adults with hip fracture (HIP-REP) based on activity of daily living: a feasibility study

Characteristic
  Baseline (n = 18) Follow-up (n = 13)
Age, years 79.4 (7.3) (range 65–91) 80.5 (7.2) (range 68–91)
Women n (%) 12 (66.6%) 10 (76.9%)
Lives alone n (%) 5 (27.7%) 5 (38.5%)
Use of mobility devices before
admission
9 (50%) 9 (69.2%)
Type of hip fracture
  Collum femoris n (%) 8 (44.5%) 6 (46.6%)
  Pertrochanteric n (%) 10 (55.5%) 7 (53.8%)
  Movement restrictions n (%) 3 (16.7%) 3 (23.1%)
  Home help before admission n (%) 6 (33.3%) 6 (46.6%)
  Occupational therapy before
admission, n (%)
1 1
  Physiotherapy before admission, n (%) 4 4
  Use of mobility devices before
admission n (%)
9 (50%) 5 (38.5%)
  Charlson Comorbidity Index n (range) 5.1 (range 3–10) 4.5 (range 3–7)
  Days as inpatient n (range) 9.4 (range 2–42) 10.5 (range 2–42)
  1. Data are presented as mean ± standard deviation, number (percentage), or range