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Table 3 Frequency of hospitalizations due to bone complications

From: Bone complications in patients with multiple myeloma in five European countries: a retrospective patient chart review

OutcomeAt-risk periodaEU5b
N = 813
France
N = 146
Germany
N = 175
Italy
N = 173
Spain
N = 141
UK
N = 173
Hospitalizations due to bone complications by at-risk period, n (%)c
 Any bone complicationOverall119 (15)20 (14)33 (19)22 (13)20 (14)24 (14)
Period 173 (9)11 (8)21 (12)14 (8)14 (10)14 (8)
Period 229 (4)4 (3)10 (6)4 (2)3 (2)7 (4)
Period 341 (5)9 (6)11 (6)6 (4)7 (5)7 (4)
Hospitalizations due to bone complications by type of bone complication and at-risk period, n (%)d
 PFOverall79 (66)11 (55)26 (79)13 (59)16 (80)15 (63)
Period 154 (74)6 (55)19 (91)8 (57)13 (93)11 (79)
Period 211 (37)1 (25)3 (30)2 (50)04 (57)
Period 324 (58)5 (56)8 (72)3 (50)5 (71)3 (43)
 SCCOverall20 (17)4 (20)4 (12)4 (18)2 (10)5 (21)
Period 115 (21)4 (36)2 (10)2 (14)2 (14)4 (29)
Period 22 (8)00002 (29)
Period 37 (18)1 (11)2 (18)2 (33)02 (29)
 RBOverall46 (39)8 (40)14 (42)4 (18)5 (25)13 (54)
Period 121 (28)5 (46)4 (19)3 (21)06 (43)
Period 216 (55)2 (50)5 (50)1 (25)3 (100)5 (71)
Period 317 (41)4 (44)5 (46)03 (43)4 (57)
 SBOverall36 (30)5 (25)12 (36)11 (50)2 (10)5 (21)
Period 120 (28)1 (9)8 (38)7 (50)1 (7)4 (29)
Period 210 (35)1 (25)4 (40)2 (50)1 (33)2 (29)
Period 39 (21)3 (33)1 (9)3 (50)1 (14)0
  1. EU5 five European countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK), PF pathologic fracture, RB radiation to bone, SB surgery to bone, SCC spinal cord compression, UK United Kingdom
  2. aOverall: from multiple myeloma diagnosis to disease progression following first-line treatment; period 1: before initiation of induction therapy; period 2: during active first-line therapy; period 3: after treatment discontinuation
  3. bAggregated EU5 data have been weighted based on the multiple myeloma incidence in each country so base sizes for individual countries may not equal the EU5 total
  4. cExpressed as a percentage of the total number of patients
  5. dExpressed as a percentage of the number of patients who were hospitalized owing to a bone complication