Table 3: Characteristics of persons admitted to the stroke unit ( ) with hip fracture (H) and without hip fracture (NH).

Persons with hip fracture
( )
Persons without hip fracture
( )
tested
HNH

Age, mean (range) years80 (56–92)0.1875 (33–94)9209
Men, (%)6 (67)0.50105 (50)9209
NIHSS, md (IQR)5 (2–7)0.186 (3–11)9209
Neglect, (%)2 (22)0.9645 (22)9209
Visual impairment, (%)6 (67)0.0452 (33)9156
Persons who fell during the previous year, (%)5 (56)0.7659 (39)9156
Persons who fell at the stroke unit, (%)1 (11)0.8417 (9)9187
Persons with fractures before stroke onset, (%)2 (22)0.016 (4)9156
MMSE, md (IQR)21 (14–26)0.0526 (21–28)9152
BL: motor impairment upper ex, (%)7 (88)0.18102 (64)8159
BL: motor impairment lower ex, (%)5 (63)199 (62)8159
BBS < 45, (%)6 (75)0.2877 (50)8154
TUG ≥ 14 seconds, (%)4 (80)0.0537 (34)5110
SWWT, (%)2 (29)0.027 (6)7118

NIHSS: National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale; Md: median; IQR: interquartile range; MMSE: Mini-Mental State Examination BL: Birgitta Lindmark motor assessment scale; BBS: Berg Balance Scale; TUG: Timed Up & Go; SWWT: Stops Walking When Talking.