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Table 3 Patients demographics and comorbidities underwent THA through the MDAA

From: Functional outcome and complication following THA through modified direct anterior approach correlated to cadaveric study: are there any differences in Asian hip?

Parameters Result (n = 32)
Agea 61.2 ±14.5 (26-87)
Genderb
 Female 22 (68.8%)
 Male 10 (31.2%)
Body weight (kg)a 63.3±16.9 (34-111)
Height (cm)a 160.0±5.0 (150-169)
BMI (kg/m2)a 24.7 ±6.3 (14.0-40.9)
Side for THAb
 Right 16 (50.0%)
 Left 16 (50.0%)
Cause of osteoarthritis (OA) of the hipb
 Primary OA 26 (81.2%)
 Secondary OA 6 (18.8%)
Length of stay (day)a 6.0 ± 1.9 (4-12)
Hypertensionb
 Yes 17 (53.1%)
 No 15 (46.9%)
Dyslipidemiab
 Yes 10 (31.3%)
 No 22 (68.7%)
ASA classb
 1 5 (15.6%)
 2 21 (65.6%)
 3 6 (18.8%)
CCIa 2.8 ± 0.9 (2-5)
  1. The modified direct anterior approach (MDAA); total hip arthroplasty (THA); American Society Anesthesiologist (ASA) classification; Charlson comorbidity index (CCI)
  2. aPresented mean±SD (minimum-maximum)
  3. bPresented n (%)