Journal of Osteoporosis / 2010 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Calcaneal BMD Obtained by Dual X-Ray and Laser Predicts Future Hip Fractures—A Prospective Study on 4 398 Swedish Women

Table 1

The number of individuals per decade, observation years, BMDDXL, T-score with 1 standard deviation within parenthesis, number of fractures and the annual hip fracture rate regardless of BMDDXL.

AgeNumberObservation  yearsBMDDXL(g/cm2)T-scoreFracturesAnnual fracture rate (%)

55–5977232080.391 (0.074)-1.5 (1.2)50.16
60–6481632920.378 (0.071)-1.7 (1.1)60.18
65–6971729560.358 (0.070)-2.0 (1.1)90.30
70–7475529860.336 (0.076)-2.4 (1.2)200.67
75–7972427760.318(0.075)-2.7 (1.2)270.97
80–8443714880.292(0.073)-3.1 (1.2)382.55
85–991775630.259 (0.084)-3.6 (1.4)254.44
All4398172700.347(0.082)-2.2 (1.3)1300.75

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