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Table 1 Characteristics of severely injured occupational injuries, by farm status. Percentages are reported as an average across the 10 imputed sets

From: Time to definitive care among severely injured farmers compared to other work-related injuries in a Midwestern state

 Farm Work-Related Injury (n = 158)aNon-Farm Work-Related Injury (n = 590)a 
%%p
Age  < 0.0001
 16–246.310.1 
 25–4420.434.8 
 45–6441.246.6 
  > =6532.18.5 
Sex  0.3078
 Male94.692.0 
 Female5.48 
Primary Payer  < 0.0001
 Insurance21.79.0 
 Medicaid/Medicare12.73.8 
 Worker’s Comp16.447.6 
 Other/Unknown49.239.7 
Time  0.4286
 Night (6:00 pm – 5:59 am)10.014.2 
 Day (6:00 am - 5:59 pm)90.085.8 
Weekend  0.1328
 Yes19.914.6 
 No80.185.4 
Rurality  < 0.0001
 Urban22.956.7 
 Large Town11.712.7 
 Small Town21.615.9 
 Isolated Rural (non-town)43.714.6 
Injury Type  0.7133
 Blunt95.194.8 
 Penetrating0.61.4 
 urn4.33.8 
Nature of Injury
 Pelvic Fracture18.910.60.0073
 Amputation0.70.50.7905b
 Long Bone Fracture7.521.3< 0.0001
 Spinal Injury38.934.70.3798
 Crush Injury3.42.40.5150
 Brain/Skull Injury49.457.90.0769
 Chest Injury7.47.50.8079
EMS Use  0.1315
 User79.086.0 
 Non-user21.014.0 
  1. aReported as an average. Numbers for individual imputed sets vary
  2. bEstimated from Chi-Square test despite cell counts < 5