Bone trauma No. of pt. in./ex./ completed Age/ years range Sex Co-morbidity Complications affecting bone regeneration Total # Blood samples
total diagnoses
AF 14/1/13 47
(22-68)
7M 6F 2/13 2 RD 3/13 8
HF (1) 14/4/10 77
(60-89)
5M 5F 5/10 1 GI, ND, t.CP
1 RD,OP, t.ED
1 OP
1 OP, t.CP, ND
1 AS
6/10 8
THR (1) 9/9 70
(44-84)
2M 7F 9/9 OA
3/9 nOA
1HT
1OP, RD, t.CP
1RD
1/9 8
HF (2) 13/5/8 85
(75-90)
8F 7/8 1 DE
1 t.CP
1 OP
1 DE
1 OP, t.ED, RD
1 HP,RD
1 ND,DE
2/8 10
THR (2) 12/2/10

68
(50-80)

2M 8F 10/10 OA
6/10 nOA
1 t.CP
1 t.CP
1 t.CP
1 HP, t.ED
1 HP, t.ED
1 HP
1/10 9
AF ankle fracture, HF hip fracture, THR Total hip replacement. OA osteo arthritis, t.CP treated cardiovascular illness, HC high cholesterol, t.ED treated endocrine disease, DE dementia, OP osteo porosis, RD rheumatoid disease, HP high blood pressure, nOA non osteo arthritic disease, GI Gastro intestinal disease, ND Neurological disease, AS Artery sclerosis,
Table 1: Demographic and clinical data included age, sex, type of bone damage, complications and co-morbidity.