Clinical and epidemiological characteristics of bilateral hip fractures in patients with polytrauma


  • S. Ye. Guriev
  • P. V. Tanasienko
  • V. V. Vasilov
  • I. V. Kovalyshyn
Keywords: injured, polytrauma, bilateral fractures of the hip, sex, age

Abstract

The greatest specific gravity in the structure of lesions of the skeleton is the fractures of large bones of the lower extremities, especially bilateral fractures of the thigh, which are noted in 5,5-8,2% of the affected. To solve the tasks and objectives of the study to determine the clinical and epidemiological components of the study, 147 cases of bilateral fractures of the femur and polytrauma were analyzed. As indicated by the analysis of the sex characteristics among the victims with bilateral fractures of the femur and polytrauma, patients of the age group of 51-60 years are most often found, it is not typical for the age structure of polytrauma. Among men younger than 30 years, men predominate, which are 1,9 times more common than women, indicates that bilateral hip fractures are more common in young men. Most often, bilateral fractures with polytrauma occur in the affected middle- aged 30-60 years, it was found in 55,8% of cases.

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Guriev, S. Y., Tanasienko, P. V., Vasilov, V. V., & Kovalyshyn, I. V. (2017). Clinical and epidemiological characteristics of bilateral hip fractures in patients with polytrauma. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (28), 140-144. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/253