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Table 1 Studies from our institute during the last 5 years (traumatic and non-traumatic)

From: Traumatic injury among females: does gender matter?

Authors Studies Female/Male
El-Menyar et al. [[7]] Chest injury 6%/94%
AbdulRahman et al. [[8]] Multiple rib fracture 7.3%/92.7%
El-Menyar et al. [[9]] Traumatic abdominal injury 7%/93%
Faramawy et al. [[10]] Traumatic spinal injury 8%/92%
Moamena et al. [[11]] Traumatic head injury 8%/92%
Abdulrazzaq et al. [[12]] Pedestrians injury 8.1%/91.9%
Zarour et al. [[13]] Diaphragmatic injury 16%/84%
Tuma et al. [[14]] Fall from height 0%/100%
Atique et al. [[15]] Fall of heavy objects 3%/97%
Bener et al. [[3]] Measuring burden of diseases 24.5%/75.5%
Latifi et al. [[16]] Pedestrian injuries 7%/93%
El-Menyar et al. [[17]] Acute Coronary Syndrome 24%/76%
Al-Thani et al. [[18]] Peripheral arterial disease 35%/65%