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Table 1 Patient demographics and clinical data

From: Risk factors of neurological deficit and pulmonary cement embolism after percutaneous vertebroplasty

CharacteristicNumber (%)Cement B type (n = 380)leakage S type (n = 160)C type-paraspinal (n = 790)C type-intradiscal (n = 835)C type-posterior (n = 26)p value
Age (year) (n = 3175)
 60–69594 (18.7%)69331481565p > 0.05
 70–791254 (39.5%)1486031233010
 80–891118 (35.2%)138562782939
 90–99209 (6.4%)251151562
Gender (n = 3175)
 Female2127 (67%)25410652955717p > 0.1
 Male1048 (33%)126542612789
No. of fractures treated (n = 3175 patients)
 12644 (83.2%)13313365869319p > 0.05
 2436 (13.7%)55221091174
 384 (2.6%)11421222
 411 (0.5%)10331
Time from fracture to vertebroplasty (n = 3175 patients)
 Acute (0–2 weeks)82 (2.6%)9320211p > 0.05
 Subacute (2 weeks–3 months)1801 (56.7%)2158844847215
 Chronic (> 3 months)1292 (40.7%)1566932134210