Do gender and ethnicity affect hip fracture outcomes?

By Jennie McKee

Researcher examines the influence of patient-specific factors

Hip fractures are a major public health concern, affecting more than 340,000 patients in the United States each year. Because these fractures are primarily associated with osteoporosis and the elderly, they have been studied much mor extensively in white women than in men or in members of racial or ethnic minorities.

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