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Table 2 Patient and fireworks characteristics per type of fireworks

From: Injuries, treatment, and impairment caused by different types of fireworks; results of a 10 year multicenter retrospective cohort study

  All
(N = 272)
Explosive
(N = 67)
Decorative
(N = 89)
Carbide
(N = 2)
Homemade
(N = 15)
Unknown
(N = 99)
      Rockets
(N = 45)
  Aerials
(N = 13)
  Others
(N = 31)
      
  Na   Na   Na   Na   Na   Na   Na   Na  
Age (years) 272 18 (13–30) 45 16 (13–24) 45 21 (12–33) 13 29 (23–34) 31 13 (9–35) 2 21 (18–24) 15 19 (14–23) 99 20 (12–35)
Children 272 114 (42) 45 32 (48%) 45 17 (38%) 13 0 (0%) 31 18 (58%) 2 0 (0%) 15 7 (47%) 99 40 (40%)
Male 272 227 (84%) 45 61 (91%) 45 29 (64%) 13 12 (92%) 31 29 (94%) 2 2 (100%) 15 15 (100%) 99 79 (80%)
Bystander 217 87 (40%) 35 17 (27%) 35 27 (77%) 11 4 (36%) 30 11 (37%) 2 0 (0%) 13 1 (8%) 99 35 (57%)
Legal firework 83 50 (60%) 9 12 (40%) 9 9 (100%) 5 3 (60%) 24 24 (100%) 2 2 (100%) 13 0 (0%) 99 N.A.
  1. Data are shown as median (P25-P75) or as N (%)
  2. N.A. Not applicable
  3. aThis represents the number of patients for whom data were available