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Table 2 Annual incidence rates of humerus fractures (per 100,000 inhabitants-year) in our study in comparison with countries from different geographic regions of Europe

From: Epidemiology of proximal humerus fractures

Author, year publication Origin of study
Number of patients (N)
Study period Origin of patient database Age of patients, years Sex Annual rate (× 105 h/a)* Our study
2016–2018
N = 638
Kristiansen et al. [8], 1987 Denmark
N = 565
1983 Inpatients and outpatients 20–29 Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
4
2
16
33
61
33
111
32.5
208
98
359
115
502
182
3.5
5.1
7.9
6.8
16
17.8
58.4
31.8
171
55.4
188
35.7
314.4
126.1
30–39
40–49
50–59
60–69
70–79
> 80
Lind et al. [18], 1989 Denmark
N = 730
1980-1984 Inpatients and outpatients ≥ 18 All 73 60.1
Court-Brown et al. [10], 2001 Scotland
N = 1027
1992-1996 Inpatients and outpatients 20–29 Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
4
5
4
15
20
20
45
28
96
34
188
58
260
109
139
159
3.5
5.1
7.9
6.8
16
17.8
58.4
31.8
171
55.4
188
35.7
(>  80) 314.4
(>  80) 126.1
30–39
40–49
50–59
60–69
70–79 Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
80–89
90–99
Maravicz et al. [19], 2005 France
N = 12262
2001 Inpatients 46–65 Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
23.5
17.3
107
29.8
247.5
78.5
39.8
28.8
241.8
95.1
234.2
126.1
66–80
> 80
Palvanen et al. [5], 2006 Finland 1970-2002 Inpatients ≥ 60 All 32 (1970)
105 (2002)
148.9
Femal 51(1970)
129 (2002)
215.4
Male 14(1970)
48 (2002)
60.4
Court-Brown and Caesar [2], 2006 Scotland
N = 337
2000 Inpatients and outpatients ≥ 14 All 63 60.1
Péntek et al [7, 17], 2008 Hungary
N = 41556
1999-2003 Inpatients and outpatients 65–69 All
Female
Male
All
Female
Male
248
366
215
632
1151
632
150.1
188.1
91.4
214.1
280.4
106.2
80–84
Dimai et al [9], 2013 Austria 1989-2008 Inpatients ≥ 50 Female
Male
141 to 383
112 to 222
166.7
50.2
Launonen et al. [3], 2015 Finland
N = 678
2006-2010 Inpatients and outpatients ≥ 16
20–29
All
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
82
13
14
18
12
39
31
112
63
193
87
296
100
379
232
60.1
3.5
5.1
7.9
6.8
16
17.8
58.4
31.8
171
55.4
188
35.7
314.4
126.1
30–39
40–49
50–59
60–69 Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
70–79
> 80
Bergdahl et al. [1], 2016 Sweden
N = 2011
2011-2013 Inpatients and outpatients ≥ 16 All 83 60.1
Sumrein et al. [20], 2017 Sweden
N = 98770
2001-2012 Inpatients and outpatients ≥ 18 Female
Male
134.5 (2001)
174.6 (2012)
68.1 (2001)
49.2 (2012)
89.3
28.2
Kannus et al. [21], 2017 Finland 1970 -2015 Inpatients ≥ 80 Female 87 (1970)
297 (2015)
314.4
Klug et al. [22], 2019 Germany
N = 642556
2007-2016 Inpatients ≥ 16 All 74.2 60.1
  1. *(×105 h/a): per 100,000 inhabitants/year