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Table 2 ORIF group

From: Treatment of humeral shaft fractures: a new minimally-invasive plate osteosynthesis versus open reduction and internal fixation: a case control study

Case Age (years) Gender Side AO/OTA classification Plate type Incision length (cm) Bleeding volume(ml) Fluoroscopy times operative time (min) HS (days) BH (weeks) FFU (months) Post-op RNP QuickDASH score Constant score
1 56 Male Right A3.2 LCP 14 170 5 150 10 16 19 NA 6.8 74
2 24 Female Right B1.3 Dual LCP 18 150 10 180 9 18 24 NA 2.3 95
3 20 Female Left B1.3 LCP 13 145 9 146 9 18 22 NA 4.5 90
4 19 Female Right B1.3 Dual LCP 19 110 11 190 10 19 15 NA 4.6 90
5 17 Female Left B1.3 LCP 13 135 8 144 10 15 21 NA 0.5 95
6 41 Female Left A3.2 LCP 14 130 10 135 9 18 16 NA 2.3 95
7 31 Female Left A3.2 LCP 15 145 8 145 11 15 12 NA 2.3 90
8 16 Male Left A3.3 LCP 13 160 8 135 9 16 24 NA 4.2 85
9 23 Male Left A3.2 LCP 12 150 6 130 10 15 23 NA 2.3 83
10 45 Female Right A1.2 LCP 15 150 7 140 9 18 25 NA 15.9 59
11 39 Male Left A2.2 LCP 16 145 6 145 9 16 20 NA 4.6 85
12 25 Female Right B1.3 Dual LCP 20 150 12 178 10 18 14 NA 4.5 89
13 29 Male Left A1.3 Dual LCP 19 110 11 185 11 18 18 NA 4.0 90
14 73 Female Right A1.3 LCP 12 140 8 150 13 17 12 NA 2.4 74
  1. BH bone healing, FFU final follow-up, Post-op RNP postoperative radial nerve paralysis, LSTP locking straight tibial plate, LSFP locking straight femoral plate, NA not applicable, RSD reflex sympathetic dystrophy, HSD hospital stay (days)