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Table 1 Demographics and surgical details of 25 patients

From: Osteosynthesis and outcomes of traumatic periprosthetic femoral fractures after total hip arthroplasty

Age (year; mean; range) 77 (51–95)
Gender (M: F) 9: 16
Side affected (L: R) 11: 14
Injury mechanism (n)
 Low energy 23 (92%)
 Higher energy 2(8%)
Vancouver classification (n)
 Type AG 1 (4%)
 Type B1 15 (60%)
 Type C 9 (36%)
FOMAPA* (month; mean; range) 63 (6120)
Harris hip score
 Pre-trauma 77.44 ± 8.63 (65–90)
 Final follow-up 72.47 ± 8.85 (60–86)
 Difference -4.970
t-test 6.935
P value (pre-trauma vs. postop)  < 0.001
VAS
 Pre-trauma 2.20 ± 1.21(0–4)
 Final follow-up 3.00 ± 1.41(0–5)
 Difference 0.8
t-test -3.292
P value (pre-trauma vs. postop) 0.005
EQ 5D-5L at final follow-up (n)
 Mobility
  No problem (No change) 22 (92%)
  Some problems 1 (4%)
  A lot of problems 1 (4%)
 Looking after oneself
  No problem (No change) 22 (92%)
  Some problems 1 (4%)
  A lot of problems 1 (4%)
 Doing usual activities
  No problem (No change) 22 (92%)
  Some problems 2 (8%)
  A lot of problems 0
 Pain
  No problem (No change) 21 (88%)
  Some problems 2 (8%)
  A lot of problems 1 (4%)
 Feeling worried, sad or unhappy
  No problem (No change) 24 (100%)
  Some problems 0
  A lot of problems 0
 Complications (n)
  Wound infection 2 (8%)
  Non-union 1 (4%)
Bone healing (week; mean; range)** 22 (12–32)
Follow-up (month; mean; range) 18 (0–36)
  1. FOMAPA*: Fracture Occurred n Months After Primary Arthroplasty; Bone Healing**, one case of non-union was excluded