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Table 1 Patient characteristics in the modified technique group

From: Clinical efficacy of closed reduction and percutaneous parallel K-wire interlocking fixation of first metacarpal base fracture

No. Sex Age Fracture side Trauma mechanism Fracture type Operation time (min) Cast K-wire removal (days) Complication
1 M 38 R Fall Bennett 22 No 40 None
2 M 34 L Fighting Bennett 15 No 55 None
3 M 28 R Fall Rolando 25 Yes 60 None
4 M 36 R Fighting Extra transverse 20 No 42 None
5 M 44 R Fall Extra oblique 10 No 50 None
6 M 61 R Fall Extra oblique 18 No 36 None
7 M 45 R Fall Rolando 30 Yes 56 None
8 M 30 L Fighting Bennetta 35 No 58 None
9 M 22 R Fighting Extra transverse 11 No 53 None
10 M 16 R Fall Bennett 16 No 35 None
11 M 26 R Fall Bennett 13 No 38 None
12 M 42 R Fall Extra oblique 14 No 40 None
13 M 33 L Fighting Extra oblique 20 No 45 None
14 M 37 R Fall Bennett 23 No 52 None
15 F 40 R Fall Extra transverse 15 No 54 None
16 M 50 L Fall Extra oblique 18 No 48 None
17 M 43 R Fall Extra oblique 12 No 44 None
18 M 35 R Fighting Rolando 22 No 50 None
19 M 38 R Fall Extra oblique 15 No 49 None
20 M 20 R Fighting Extra transverse 12 No 47 None
  1. Average age: 35.9 ± 10.6 years; average operation time: 18.3 ± 6.5 min; average K-wire removal time 47.6 ± 7.4 days
  2. aMulti-fracture patient; representative cases are Nos. 3, 5, and 8