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Table 2 Distribution of trauma site, injury site, diagnosis and treatment method applied according to ISS

From: A descriptive study of orthopaedic injuries due to parachute jumping in soldiers

  n (%)
Rates of injury sites by anatomical classification of the ISS
 Pelvic, yes 140 (75,7)
 Extremities, yes 125 (67,6)
 Head neck, yes 25 (13,5)
 Chest, yes 25 (13,5)
 Subcutaneous superficial, yes 8 (4,3)
 Face, yes 4 (2,2)
 West, yes 3 (1,6)
Injury Site
 Foot, yes 62 (33,5)
 Ankle, yes 54 (29,2)
 Spine, yes 34 (18,4)
 Pelvic region, yes 26 (14,1)
 Head yes 25 (13,5)
 Leg, yes 24 (13)
 Knee, yes 14 (7,6)
 Thigh, yes 12 (6,5)
 Shoulder, yes 11 (5,9)
 Thorax, yes 6 (3,2)
 Cervical, yes 5 (2,7)
 Wrist, yes 4 (2,2)
 Abdomen, yes 3 (1,6)
 Hand, yes 3 (1,6)
 Elbow, yes 2 (1,1)
 Arm, yes 2 (1,1)
 Forearm, yes 1 (0,5)
Diagnosis
 STT, yes 119 (64,3)
 Lower limb fracture, dislocation, yes 28 (15,1)
 Head injury, yes 19 (10,3)
 Spinal injury, yes 10 (5,4)
 Upper limb fracture, dislocation, yes 4 (2,2)
 Cervical injury, yes 4 (2,2)
 Facial trauma, yes 4 (2,2)
 Abdominal injury, yes 2 (1,1)
 Thoracic injury, yes 3 (1,6)
 Pelvis fracture, yes 1 (0,5)
Treatment method applied
 Medication and cold application 95 (51,4)
 Splint plaster 79 (42,7)
 Surgery 11 (5,9)
  1. Descriptive statistics are given as numbers (%). STT Soft Tissue Trauma
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