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Table 1 Demographics and treatment characters

From: Analysis of risk factors for complications after femoral neck fracture in pediatric patients

VariableStudy cohort (n = 44)
Sex (no. [%])
 Male27 (61%)
 Female17 (39%)
Age* (years) [range]9.0 ± 3.68 [2–14]
Injury mechanism (no. [%])
 Sports-related injury26 (59%)
 Fall from height10 (23%)
 Car accident8 (18%)
Combined injury (no. [%])10 (23%)
Displaced fracture (no. [%])37 (84%)
Delbet type (no. [%])
 I1 (2%)
 II25 (57%)
 III18 (41%)
Time to reduction* (days) [range]4.27 ± 3.76 [1–19]
Early reduction (within 24 h after injury) (no. [%])7 (16%)
Type of reduction (no. [%])
 Close reduction13 (30%)
 Open reduction with capsular decompression31 (70%)
Good reduction quality (no. [%])40 (91%)
Type of internal fixation (no. [%])
 Lag screws31 (70%)
 Plate and screws13 (30%)
Epiphysis penetration (no. [%])7 (16%)
  1. *The value is presented as the mean ± SD