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Table 5 Predictors of mortalities 1 and 2 years after the traumatic events

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

Factors Death 1 year after the traumatic event Death 2 years after the traumatic event
OR 95% CI p-value OR 95% CI p-value
Male 1.40 0.82–2.39 0.217 1.60 1.06–2.40 0.024
Age ≥ 75 2.00 1.22–3.28 0.006 1.52 1.09–2.13 0.014
Surgical treatment 4.39 2.61–7.35 0.000 2.52 1.56–4.08 0.000
ASA grade III, IV 2.25 1.33–3.81 0.003 1.35 0.96–1.89 0.086
Neck fracture 1.12 0.72–1.74 0.608 0.93 0.67–1.28 0.637
No. of comorbidity ≥ 3 1.90 1.07–3.39 0.030 1.39 0.85–2.28 0.184
Smoking history 2.00 1.14–3.53 0.016 1.19 0.76–1.87 0.454
Medical aid 1.16 0.57–2.37 0.683 0.89 0.49–1.63 0.710
Time to surgery ≥ 5 days 1.00 0.56–1.78 0.998 1.08 0.71–1.64 0.708
  1. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists