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Crutches

74 (41.6)

16 (16.0)

2 (9.1)

92 (30.7)

Cane

58 (32.6)

27 (27.0)

3 (13.6)

88 (29.3)

Walker

6 (3.4)

0

0

6 (2.0)

Cane with Seat

0

0

0

0

Rolling Walker with Knee Support

1 (0.6)

0

0

1 (0.3)

Self-Balancing Electric Vehicle

0

0

0

0

Total*

178

100

22

300

Crutches

85 (49.4)

17 (20.2)

Cane

44 (25.6)

46 (54.8)

Walker

12 (7.0)

3 (3.6)

Cane with Seat

3 (1.7)

0

Rolling Walker with Knee Support

1 (0.6)

0

Self-Balancing Electric Vehicle

6 (3.5)

2 (2.3)

Total

172

84

356

1 (5.9)

103 (36.7)

6 (35.3)

96 (34.2)

1 (5.9)

16 (5.7)

JRRD, Volume 47, Number 4, 2010

OIF/OEF

  • *

    Excludes missing data, total is number of participants.

    • p < 0.05 compared with Vietnam group.

0

3 (1.1)

0

1 (0.3)

0

8 (2.8)

17

281

Vietnam

Table 4. Comparison of mobility assistive devices by number and percentage (%) used by Vietnam and Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom (OIF/OEF) groups with major traumatic lower-limb loss by involved limb.

Unilateral

Bilateral

Lower-Limb Loss

Lower-Limb Loss

Other Multiple-Limb Loss Including 1 Lower Limb

Total

Types of Mobility Assistive Devices Used

associated major lower-limb loss. Variable

AOR

95% CI

p-Value

Vietnam* Multiple-Limb LossBilateral Lower-Limb Loss Number of Comorbidities Ambulatory Highly Active OIF/OEFBilateral Lower-Limb Loss Multiple-Limb LossCumulative Trauma Disorder§ Total Number of Combat Injuries

14.48 12.72 1.29 0.05 0.02

5.46–38.46 6.21–26.10 1.15–1.46 0.01–0.24 0.01–0.12

<0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001

29.75 16.31 2.38 1.38

11.0–80.7 3.12–85.30 1.16–4.86 1.15–1.65

<0.001 <0.001 <0.002 0.001

Table 5. Multivariate analysis of wheelchair use in Vietnam and Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom (OIF/OEF) groups with combat-

* § G o o d n e s s o f f i t f o r V i e t n a m m o d e l ( 2 = 1 4 8 , d f = 6 7 ) . Compared with unilateral lower-limb loss. G o o d n e s s o f f i t f o r O I F / O E F m o d e l ( 2 = 8 4 . 7 , d f = 2 6 ) Cumulative trauma disorder or worn limb syndrome on contralateral lower limb. AOR = adjusted odds ratio, CI = confidence interval, df = degrees of freedom. .

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