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Table 2 Comparison of rural injuries treated at the Shenkursk central district hospital and rural injuries treated at rural primary care units of Shenkursk district, July 2015–June 2016 (N = 1052)

From: Injury registration for primary prevention in a provincial Russian region: setting up a new trauma registry

  Rural injuries treated at central district hospital (N = 610) Rural injuries treated in primary care (N = 442) p
n % N %
Sex
 Male 359 58.9 239 53.6 0.088
 Female 251 41.1 207 46.4
Age
 0–17 years 125 20.5 152 34.1 <  0.001
 18+ years 485 79.5 294 65.9
Injury localization, ICD-10
 S00–09: Head 77 12.6 66 14.8 <  0.001
 S20–29: Thorax 54 8.9 28 6.3
 S30–39: Abdomen, lower back, lumbar spine, pelvis and external genitals 30 4.9 29 6.5
 S40–49: Shoulder and upper arm 64 10.5 13 2.9
 S50–59: Elbow and forearm 56 9.2 21 4.7
 S60–69: Wrist and hand 83 13.6 89 20.0
 S80–89: Knee and lower leg 72 11.8 47 10.5
 S90–99: Ankle and foot 77 12.6 68 15.2
 T15–19: Foreign body entering through natural orifice 28 4.6 26 5.8
 T20–32: Thermal and chemical burns 33 5.4 19 4.3
 Others codesa 36 5.9 40 9.0
ICD-10 external cause codes
 V01-V99: Transport accidents 37 6.1 11 2.5 <  0.001
 W00-W19: Slipping, tripping, stumbling and falls 237 38.9 173 38.8
 W20-W49: Exposure to inanimate mechanical forces 171 28.0 141 31.6
 W50-W64: Exposure to animate mechanical forces 46 7.5 58 13.0
 Others codesa 36 6.0 44 10.0
 Missing data 83 13.6 19 4.3
Season of year
 Winter 140 23.0 110 24.9 0.812
 Spring 163 26.7 114 25.8
 Summer 193 31.6 131 29.6
 Autumn 114 18.7 87 19.7
  1. aCombines categories accounting for < 5% of observations
  2. ICD International Classification of Diseases