Author(s): Basim Mohammed Dhahir, Imad Hadi Hameed, Ahmed Radee Jaber

Email(s): imad_dna@yahoo.com

DOI: 10.5958/0974-360X.2017.00692.8   

Address: Basim Mohammed Dhahir, Imad Hadi Hameed*, Ahmed Radee Jaber
College of Nursing, University of Babylon, Iraq
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 10,      Issue - 11,     Year - 2017


ABSTRACT:
In our study a total of 118 cases were included who admitted in the Hillah Teaching Hospital from 1st October 2016 to 30th Mach 2017. The highest numbers of fractures cases were in the age group of 21-30 years, that was 39(33.05%) followed by 11-20 years 31(26.27%). Distribution of fractures according to age groups (1-10, 11-20, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-70, 71-80, 81-90) and hospital stay (More day and Less day), that there were [5(5.15%), 23(23.71%), 34(35.05%), 14(14.43%), 5(5.15%), 6(6.19%), 6(6.19%), 2(2.06%), and 2(2.06%)] respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (hospital stay: More day), and recorded [2(9.52%), 8(38.09%), 3(14.29%), 1(4.76%), 2(9.52%), 2(9.52%), 2(9.52%), 1(9.52%), and 0(0.00%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (hospital stay: Less day). Distribution of fractures according to age groups and location (Hand, Leg, Femur, Pelvic, Facial, and Back) were 2(6.06%), 10(30.30%), 13(39.39%), 4(12.12%), 0(0.00%), 1(3.03%), 2(6.06%), 1(3.03%), 0(0.00%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Location: Hand), and recorded 5(7.3%), 15(21.7%), 22(31.9%), 10(14.5%), 7(10.14%), 5(7.25%), 2(2.9%), 1(1.4%), 2(2.9%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Location: Leg), and recorded 0(0.0%), 2(33.3%), 2(33.3%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 1(16.7%), 1(16.7%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Location: Femur), and recorded 0(0.0%), 2(40.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 1(20%), 1(20%), 1(20%), 0(0.0%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Location: Pelvic), and recorded 0(0.0%), 1(50%), 0(0.0%), 1(50%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Location: Facial), and recorded 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 1(100%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Location: Back). Distribution of fractures according to age groups and causes (Aggression, Sport, Car, Fall, Bicycle, Motorcycle, and Workplace) were 0(0.0%), 3(27.3%), 5(45.5%), 2(18.2%), 1(9.1%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Causes: Aggression), and recorded 0(0.0%), 4(50%), 3(37.5%), 1(12.5%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Causes: Sport), and recorded 4(10.6%), 7(17.9%), 10(25.6%), 11(28.2%), 1(2.6%), 2(5.1%), 2(5.1%), 1(2.6%), 1(2.6%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Causes: Cars), and recorded 2(7.7%), 6(23.1%), 5(19.2%), 1(3.8%), 3(11.5%), 2(7.7%), 4(15.4%), 2(7.7%), 1(3.8%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Causes: Fall), and recorded 1(4.5%), 9(40.9%), 6(27.3%), 3(13.6%), 0(0.0%), 3(13.6%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Causes: Bicycle), and recorded 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%), 1(25%), 0(0.0%), 1(25%), 1(25%), 1(25%), 0(0.0%),, 0(0.0%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Causes: Motorcycle), and recorded 0(0.0%), 2(25%), 3(37.5%), 1(12.5%), 1(12.5%), 0(0.0%), 1(12.5%), 1(12.5%), 0(0.0%), 0(0.0%) respectively according to age groups in fracture cases (Causes: Workplace). We retrospectively reviewed the characteristics of fracture cases from 2010 to 2016. Distribution of fracture cases according to male, female and age during twelve months (January, February, march, April, June, July, August, September, October, November and December).


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Basim Mohammed Dhahir, Imad Hadi Hameed, Ahmed Radee Jaber. Prospective and Retrospective Study of Fractures According to Trauma Mechanism and Type of Bone Fracture.. Research J. Pharm. and Tech 2017; 10(11): 3810-3818. doi: 10.5958/0974-360X.2017.00692.8

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Basim Mohammed Dhahir, Imad Hadi Hameed, Ahmed Radee Jaber. Prospective and Retrospective Study of Fractures According to Trauma Mechanism and Type of Bone Fracture.. Research J. Pharm. and Tech 2017; 10(11): 3810-3818. doi: 10.5958/0974-360X.2017.00692.8   Available on: https://rjptonline.org/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2017-10-11-31


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