Table 1: Sociodemographic and clinical characteristics in older hip fracture patients with and without history of stroke.

CharacteristicsHF poststroke ( )HF without history of stroke ( ) value

Age, years (mean ± SD) 0.120
Age, females, years (mean ± SD) 0.264
Age, males, years (mean ± SD) 0.521
Females, % 83.070.00.011
Admitted from long-term RCF, %50.026.90.004
Cervical/trochanteric HF, 55/45346/3150.698
Coronary artery disease, %35.020.90.002
Previous myocardial infarction, %10.04.60.024
Hypertension, %60.042.10.001
Atrial fibrillation, %18.012.50.092
TIA, %16.06.10.001
Dementia, %47.026.40.001
Diabetes mellitus, %19.016.80.479
COPD, %13.011.10.583
Parkinson’s disease, %3.04.60.473
eGFR < 60 mL/min/1.73 m², %47.043.40.650
eGFR < 30 mL/min/1.73 m², %7.94.50.371
ASA score ≥3, %96.968.20.001
Current Smoker, %6.05.30.785
Ex-smoker, %12.09.10.365
*Alcohol overuser, %5.05.60.795
User of walking device, %50.032.20.001

HF: hip fracture; RCF: residential care facility; TIA: transient ischaemic attack; eGFR: estimated glomerular filtration rate; ASA: American Society of Anaesthesiologists; COPD: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. *Three or more times per week.