Complex Fractures Survey
What is a complex fracture?
It is a severe break to bone(s) that requires special treatment. They could be the result of a major accident such as a car crash, but can also occur from falls, especially in the elderly or those with weaker bones.

For example:
- Open fractures
- Fractures to a joint of the leg broken into multiple pieces
- More than one fracture at the same time
- Fractures of the pelvis or acetabulum/ hip socket (see pictures below)

More information at https://www.ndorms.ox.ac.uk/complexfractures
Which broken bone/fracture(s) are you most interested in?
Why are you interested in these fractures?
If you are a healthcare professional, what is your role?
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What is your age?
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How old were you / the injured person at the time of injury?
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What is your ethnic group?
What is the first half of your postcode (e.g. SR4)
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