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Table 1 General data of enrolled cases

From: Immediate reduction under general anesthesia and combined anterior and posterior fusion in the treatment of distraction-flexion injury in the lower cervical spine

Case no. Age (year) Sex (male/female) Involved segment Unilateral/bilateral Spinal cord injury Time to surgery (h) Traction weight (kg) Time of reduction (min)
1 33 M C6–7 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 12 11 60
2 49 F C4–5 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 14 10 50
3 68 M C6–7 B Complete spinal cord injury 72 12 70
4 21 F C4–5 U Intact neurological function 8 9 40
5 45 M C4–5 B Incomplete spinal cord injury 52 10 50
6 58 F C5–6 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 32 10 50
7 54 M C5–6 B Complete spinal cord injury 26 11 60
8 46 F C4–5 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 39 9 40
9 37 M C6–7 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 40 12 70
10 38 F C4–5 B Incomplete spinal cord injury 44 9 40
11 50 M C5–6 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 30 11 60
12 34 F C4–5 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 32 10 50
13 29 M C5–6 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 16 12 70
14 50 M C6–7 B Complete spinal cord injury 48 11 60
15 42 M C5–6 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 36 9 40
16 39 F C4–5 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 23 10 50
17 56 F C5–6 B Complete spinal cord injury 30 9 40
18 28 M C5–6 U Intact neurological function 24 11 60
19 44 M C4–5 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 34 10 70
20 64 F C5–6 B Incomplete spinal cord injury 64 12 70
21 55 M C6–7 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 48 11 60
22 42 M C5–6 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 28 12 70
23 48 F C5–6 B Incomplete spinal cord injury 28 11 60
24 36 M C6–7 U Incomplete spinal cord injury 40 11 60
Average 44.42      34.17 10.54 56.25