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Table 2 The baseline data of the enrolled patients

From: Prevalence and association of anxiety and depression among orthopaedic trauma inpatients: a retrospective analysis of 1994 cases

Variables
Age (years)
 ≤ 29 360 (18.06%)
 30–49 753 (37.76%)
 ≥ 50 881 (44.18%)
Gender
 Male 1317 (66.05%)
 Female 677 (33.95%)
Injury Severity Score (ISS) 7.97 ± 4.44
Mean pain score at admission (VAS) 6.52 ± 1.24
Types of musculoskeletal injury
 Fracture 1749 (87.71%)
 Joint dislocation 99 (4.97%)
 Soft tissue injuries 146 (7.32%)
Educational level
 Primary school or below 618 (30.99%)
 High school 892 (44.73%)
 Junior college 254 (12.74%)
 Undergraduate 173 (8.68%)
 Graduate or higher 25 (1.25%)
 Others 32 (1.61%)
Marital status
 Married 1603 (80.39%)
 Unmarried 294 (14.75%)
 Divorced or widowed 97 (4.86%)
Surgery
 Emergency 692 (34.70%)
 Elective 1249 (62.64%)
 None 53 (2.66%)
HEI score
 ≤ 8 1832 (91.88%)
 > 8 162 (8.12%)
Total 1994 (100%)
  1. If joint dislocation and fracture occurred at the same time, it was considered joint dislocation. Junior college included college degree and technical secondary school. Others in educational level referred to patients who did not want to disclose their education