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Table 4 Mortality rates of medical comorbidities

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

Medical comorbidity Total Death 1 year after the traumatic event p-value Death 2 years after the traumatic event p-value
CHF 42 16 (38.1%) < 0.001 24 (57.1%) 0.016
IHD 61 17 (27.0%) 0.021 26 (41.3%) 0.752
Dementia 81 23 (28.4%) 0.003 49 (60.5%) < 0.001
CKD 31 11 (35.5%) 0.004 17 (54.8%) 0.073
DM 239 38 (15.9%) 0.727 87 (36.4%) 0.257
Hypertension 483 75 (15.5%) 0.316 189 (39.1%) 0.845
COPD 95 21 (22.1%) 0.125 41 (43.2%) 0.426
Cancer 38 20 (52.6%) < 0.001 26 (69.4%) < 0.001
LC 12 3 (25.0%) 0.431 6 (50.0%) 0.449
RA 22 2 (9.1%) 0.337 6 (27.3%) 0.238
Parkinson’s disease 11 1 (9.1%) 0.507 4 (36.3%) 0.842
  1. CHF congestive heart failure, IHD ischemic heart disease, CKD chronic kidney disease, DM diabetes mellitus, COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, LC liver cirrhosis, RA rheumatoid arthritis