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Table 3 Association of 48-h mortality with pelvic fracture types

From: Association of pelvic fracture patterns, pelvic binder use and arterial angio-embolization with transfusion requirements and mortality rates; a 7-year retrospective cohort study

Tile Classification Non-survivors
n = 30 (13.2%)
Survivors
n = 198 (86.8%)
p
A (n = 52)    2 (4) 50 (96) 0.03
  A1 (n = 2)   0 2 1
   A1.1 (n = 1) 0 1 1
   A1.2 (n = 1) 0 1 1
  A2 (n = 41)   2 39 0.12
   A2.1 (n = 18) 0 18 0.14
   A2.2 (n = 17) 2 15 1
   A2.3 (n = 6) 0 6 0.6
  A3 (n = 9)   0 9 0.37
   A3.1 (n = 1) 0 1 1
   A3.2 (n = 5) 0 5 0.62
   A3.3 (n = 3) 0 3 1
B (n = 71)    5 (7) 66 (93) 0.09
  B1 (n = 5)   0 5 0.62
   B1.1 (n = 3) 0 3 1
   B1.2 (n = 2) 0 2 1
  B2 (n = 56)   2 (4) 54 (96) 0.02
   B2.1 (n = 45) 1 (2) 44 (98) 0.02
   B2.2 (n = 11) 1 10 1
  B3 (n = 8)   1 7 1
   B3.1 (n = 1) 0 1 1
   B3.3 (n = 7) 1 1 0.25
  Bxa (n = 2)   2 0 n.a.
C (n = 105)    23 (22) 82 (78) 0.0003
  C1 (n = 65)   12 53 0.19
   C1.1 (n = 1) 0 1 1
   C1.2 (n = 22) 4 18 0.5
   C1.3 (n = 42) 8 34 0.31
  C2 (n = 14)   4 10 0.09
   C2.2 (n = 8) 1 7 1
   C2.3 (n = 6) 3 (50) 3 (50) 0.03
  C3 (n = 25)   6 19 0.11
   C3.1 (n = 5) 1 4 1
   C3.2 (n = 2) 0 2 1
   C3.3 (n = 18) 5 13 0.07
  Cxa (n = 1)   1 0 n.a.
  1. Fisher’s exact test was used. Categorical data are displayed as numbers and (%) for main categories and significant subcategories
  2. afracture type not further specified