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Table 1 Data of 214 patients over 70 years old with hip fractures

From: Would early removal of indwelling catheter effectively prevent urinary retention after hip fracture surgery in elderly patients?

Variables Mean (range)
Age (years) 78.7 (70–99)
Gender (men : women) 52:162
Body mass index (kg/m2) 22.3 (13–33)
Bone mineral density (T-score) − 2.6 (− 5.3 to − 0.3)
ASA score 2.9 (2–4)
 II 37
 III 155
 IV 22
Number of underlying disease* 0.7 (0–2)
Anesthesia (general : spinal) 104:110
Operation time (minutes) 85.0 (35–170)
Amount of intraoperative fluid infused (mL) 1181.8 (130–2450)
Amount of estimated blood loss (mL) 522.9 (50–1200)
Time to rehabilitation after surgery
 POD 2 157
 POD 3 48
 POD 4 6
 ≥ POD 5 3
PCA (intravenous : epidural) 198:16
Duration of PCA infused (days) 2.2 (1–5)
Duration of Foley catheter indwelling (days) 3.4 (0–7)
Duration of hospitalization (days) 24.1 (9–105)
  1. ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists, POD postoperative day, PCA patient-controlled analgesia
  2. *Underlying disease includes diabetes mellitus, brain disease, spinal disease, or neurogenic bladder