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Table 1. Patient characteristics

From: The design of an “H” joystick for closed reduction and its application in segmental and comminuted femoral shaft fractures: an innovative technique

No. Age (years.) Height (cm)/weight (kg) Sex Side Mechanism injury type Fracture location Fracture type (AO)
1 23 163/49 F L Traffic accident Mid 1/3 A3
2 42 175/63 M L Sports Mid 1/3 A2
3b 38 155/54 F L Traffic accident Dis 1/3 A2
4 20 178/67 M R Traffic accident Mid 1/3 B3
5b 40 154/45 F L Sports Proximal 1/3 A3
6b 55 180/78 M L Traffic accident Proximal 1/3 C3
7 31 176/66 M R Sports Mid 1/3 B1
8a 28 165/62 M L Fall Mid 1/3 A3
9 32 157/63 F R Traffic accident Proximal 1/3 A3
10 34 177/78 M L Fall Mid 1/3 C2
11 29 163/56 M R Traffic accident Proximal 1/3 A1
12a 28 175/77 M L Traffic accident Proximal 1/3 B2
13 42 176/71 M L Sports Mid 1/3 A3
14 36 162/52 F R Fall Proximal 1/3 B1
15a 25 169/63 M L Fall Dis 1/3 A3
16 22 177/69 M R Fall Mid 1/3 B2
  1. aPatients suffering from anamnesis such as hypertension or diabetes
  2. bPatients suffering from simultaneous combined injury such as skull fracture, pulmonary contusion, or upper limb fracture