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Table 3—

Contralateral amputation and reamputation at or proximal to the transmetatarsal level in diabetic and nondiabetic amputees

Diabetic
Nondiabetic
nIncidence*Time from initial amputation (days)nIncidence*Time from initial amputation (days)
Contralateral amputation       
    Women 15 (7.0–26) 614 (224–1,223) 11 14 (7.2–24) 260 (140–399) 
    Men 13 18 (10–29) 273 (60–466) 10 13 (6.3–22) 49 (1–290) 
Reamputation       
    Women 10 16 (8.0–28) 30 (10–82) 14 18 (10–28) 30 (14–65) 
    Men 15 21 (12–32) 27 (18–49) 19 24 (15–35) 23 (12–36) 
Diabetic
Nondiabetic
nIncidence*Time from initial amputation (days)nIncidence*Time from initial amputation (days)
Contralateral amputation       
    Women 15 (7.0–26) 614 (224–1,223) 11 14 (7.2–24) 260 (140–399) 
    Men 13 18 (10–29) 273 (60–466) 10 13 (6.3–22) 49 (1–290) 
Reamputation       
    Women 10 16 (8.0–28) 30 (10–82) 14 18 (10–28) 30 (14–65) 
    Men 15 21 (12–32) 27 (18–49) 19 24 (15–35) 23 (12–36) 

Data are incidence (95% CI) or median (interquartile range).

*

Incidence per 100 amputee-years, based on at-risk population of patients with prior initial amputation at or proximal to the transmetatarsal level performed during the study period (see Table 2).

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