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Table 1 Sample characteristics

From: The International Classification of Functioning as an explanatory model of health after distal radius fracture: A cohort study

Variable Description
Sex Male = 251
  Female = 539
Dominant Hand Right = 90%
  Left = 10%
Wrist Injured Right = 45%
  Left = 49%
Mechanism of Fracture Fall on ice = 18%
  Other fall = 66%
  Other = 10%
Energy of Fracture* Low = 69%
  Medium = 19%
  High = 6%
Highest Level of Education Finished high school = 26%
  Finished college = 18%
  Finished university = 8%
  Finished graduate school = 4%
Occupation at Injury† Retired = 27%
  Service = 13%
  Professional = 12%
Occupational Demand§/P > Low = 57%
  Moderate = 24%
  High = 19%
Had Physiotherapy 83%
  1. * Low = fall from a standing position, Medium = fall from a height, High = trauma
  2. † Top three occupations
  3. §Self-report of how much they used their hand at work; Low = low force, low repetition, Moderate = frequent repetition, intermittent force, High = high force, constant repetition