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Table 4 Treatment per type of fireworks

From: Injuries, treatment, and impairment caused by different types of fireworks; results of a 10 year multicenter retrospective cohort study

  All
(N = 272)
Explosive
(N = 67)
Decorative
(N = 89)
Carbide
(N = 2)
Homemade
(N = 15)
Unknown
(N = 99)
Rockets
(N = 45)
Aerials
(N = 13)
Others
(N = 31)
  Na   Na   Na   Na   Na   Na   Na   Na  
Treatment
 Hospital admission 272 79 (29%) 67 24 (36%) 45 8 (18%) 13 3 (23%) 31 6 (19%) 2 2 (100%) 15 12 (80%) 99 24 (24%)
  Length of stay (days) 79 4 (2–9) 24 5 (3–13) 8 1 (1–3) 3 1 (1–1) 6 9 (3–14) 2 1 (1–1) 12 1 (1–2) 24 3 (1–7)
 ICU admission 272 10 (4%) 67 1 (2%) 45 3 (7%) 13 0 (0%) 31 1 (3%) 2 1 (50%) 15 2 (13%) 99 2 (2%)
  Length of stay (days) 10 4 (2–7) 1 14 (14–14) 3 2 (2–5) 0 0 (0–0) 1 4 (4–4) 1 2 (2–2) 2 4 (2–5) 2 11 (4–17)
 Operative treatment 272 51 (19%) 67 22 (33%) 45 6 (13%) 13 1 (8%) 31 3 (10%) 2 0 (0%) 15 7 (47%) 99 12 (12%)
   ≥ 2 surgery 51 22 (43) 22 11 (50%) 6 2 (33%) 1 1 (100%) 3 1 (33%) 0 0 (0%) 7 3 (43%) 12 4 (33%)
 Rehabilitation needed 265 57 (22%) 66 24 (36%) 42 6 (14%) 12 1 (8%) 30 4 (13%) 2 1 (50%) 15 5 (33%) 98 16 (16%)
  Physical therapy 57 29 (51%) 24 6 (25%) 6 4 (67%) 1 1 (100%) 4 3 (75%) 1 1 (100%) 5 4 (80%) 16 10 (63%)
  Hand therapy 57 35 (61%) 24 22 (92%) 6 0 (100%) 1 1 (100%) 4 3 (75%) 1 0 (0%) 5 4 (80%) 16 5 (31%)
  Occupational therapy 57 14 (25%) 24 3 (13%) 6 3 (50%) 1 0 (0%) 4 3 (75%) 1 0 (0%) 5 1 (20%) 16 4 (25%)
  1. Data are shown as median (P25-P75) or as N (%)
  2. aThis represents the number of patients for whom data were available
  3. ICU Intensive Care Unit