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Table 3 Patient profile

From: Management outcomes in pubic diastasis: our experience with 19 patients

S. No. Patient profile [Age in years (weight in kg)] Type of injury Mechanism of injury Fixation: single(S) or double(D) plating Associated conditions Complications Late problems Majeed score [clinical (radiological)]
1 40 (62) APC I MVI Nil     -
2 35 (68) APC II CI Ant (S) Open injury Infection   72 (5)
3 40 (75) APC II MVI Ant (D)    Implant failure 62 (8)
4 43 (66) APC II PI Ant (S)     78 (3)
5 54 (60) APC II PI Ant (D)     72 (6)
6 62 (76) APC II CI Ant (S) Hypotension    64 (10)
7 52 (81) APC II MVI Ant (D)     74 (6)
8 32 (85) APC II MCI Ant (S)    Implant failure with bladder herniati-on 56 (13)
9 46 (72) APC II PI Ant (D) Bladder injury    72 (6)
10 41 (69) APC II MCI Ant (S)     76 (7)
11 43 (55) APC II CI Ant (D)     66 (10)
12 25 (66) APC II PI Ant (D)    Implant failure 54 (18)
13 20 (72) APC II CI Ant (S)     70 (7)
14 55 (80) APC II PI Ant (S) Hypotension    66 (14)
15 61 (73) APC III (Saroiliac joint disruption) CI Ant(S) + Post   DVT, Infection   
16 33 (66) APC III (sacrum fracture) CI Ant(S) + Post     66 (10)
17 38 (64) APC III (Sacroiliac joint disrupti-on) PI Ant(S) + Post     62(12)
18 25 (76) APC III (ilium fracture) MCI Ant(D) + Post Hypotension    72 (8)
19 22 (58) APC III (ilium fracture) CI Ant(S) + Post Hypotension    74 (6)
  1. MVI = Motor vehicle injury (car/four wheeler), CI = Crush injury, PI = Pedestrian injury, MCI = Motor cycle (or two wheeler) injury.