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Year Number of Results
1938 2
1942 2
1943 1
1944 6
1945 169
1946 703
1947 636
1948 370
1949 574
1950 670
1951 351
1952 334
1953 374
1954 373
1955 351
1956 296
1957 280
1958 323
1959 287
1960 285
1961 346
1962 355
1963 612
1964 966
1965 810
1966 913
1967 1716
1968 2445
1969 2560
1970 2893
1971 3118
1972 3136
1973 3667
1974 3730
1975 3519
1976 3209
1977 3321
1978 3609
1979 3876
1980 3698
1981 3589
1982 3835
1983 3975
1984 4185
1985 4483
1986 4591
1987 4682
1988 5199
1989 5485
1990 5690
1991 6363
1992 6507
1993 7021
1994 6867
1995 7033
1996 7007
1997 7594
1998 7656
1999 8695
2000 7810
2001 9434
2002 9454
2003 9712
2004 10652
2005 11884
2006 12695
2007 14219
2008 14610
2009 15899
2010 17411
2011 18889
2012 20605
2013 21539
2014 21860
2015 22262
2016 20923
2017 20606
2018 19312
2019 9263
2020 126
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The Effect of Socioeconomic Factors on Outcomes of Distal Radius Fractures: A Systematic Review.
Truong JL, et al. Hand (N Y) 2018. PMID 29020814 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Socioeconomic factors are known to affect outcomes for both medical and surgical conditions. The purpose of this systematic review was to assess the current evidence regarding the effect of socioeconomic factors such as income, geographic location, educational level, and occupation on clinical outcomes after distal radius fractures. ...CONCLUSIONS: Patient factors indicative of socioeconomic status are relevant predictors of functional outcome after distal radius fractures. ...
BACKGROUND: Socioeconomic factors are known to affect outcomes for both medical and surgical conditions. The purpose of this s …
Life expectancy inequalities in the elderly by socioeconomic status: evidence from Italy.
Lallo C and Raitano M. Popul Health Metr 2018. PMID 29650013 Free PMC article.
However, the increase in longevity is neither uniform nor random across individuals belonging to various socioeconomic groups. From an economic policy perspective, the difference in mortality by socioeconomic conditions challenges the fairness of the social security systems. ...
However, the increase in longevity is neither uniform nor random across individuals belonging to various socioeconomic groups. From a …
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Fahnert B. FEMS Microbiol Lett 2019. PMID 30786283
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Burdorf A, et al. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 2015. PMID 26675650 Dutch.
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