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Table 2 Influencing factors associated with mortality 1 and 2 years after the traumatic event

From: Do we really need a surgery for hip fractures in elderly patients? Mortality rate and influencing factors

Factors Death 1 year after traumatic event p-value Death 2 years after traumatic event p-value
Sex   < 0.001   0.001
 Female 85 (13.9%) 221 (36.2%)
 Male 49 (24.9%) 97 (48.2%)
Age   < 0.001   < 0.001
 65–75 31 (10.2%) 94 (31%)
 75–85 77 (19.2%) 148 (36.9%)
 > 85 26 (25.2%) 56 (54.4%)  
Treatments   < 0.001   < 0.001
 Surgical 83 (12%) 247 (35.8%)
 Nonsurgical 51 (44%) 71 (61.2%)
ASA grade   < 0.001   0.081
 I, II 21 (6.7%) 98 (31.1%)
 III, IV 62 (16.5%) 149 (39.6%)
Fracture region of femur   0.886   0.268
 Neck 64 (16.4%) 146 (37.4%)
 Intertrochanteric 70 (16.8%) 172 (41.3%)
Time to surgery   0.764   0.615
 < 5 days 19 (15.8%) 46 (38.3%)
 ≥ 5 days 96 (16.8%) 231 (40.5%)
No. of comorbidity   < 0.001   0.056
 < 3 104 (14.8%) 269 (38.2%)
 ≥ 3 30 (29.4%) 49 (48.0%)
Smoking History   < 0.001   0.030
 Smoking 41 (28.08%) 69 (47.26%)
 Non-smoking 92 (13.94%) 248 (37.58%)
Insurance   0.004   0.134
 Medical insurance 114 (15.45%) 285 (38.62%)
 NMC 20 (28.99%) 33 (47.83%)
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