53,350 items of data are available, covering 51,647 participants, encoded using Data-Coding 100349
Defined-instances run from 0 to 3, labelled using Instancing 2
: Initial assessment visit (2006-2010) at which participants were recruited and consent given
47,466 participants, 47,466 items
Instance 1 : First repeat assessment visit (2012-13)
1,982 participants, 1,982 items
Instance 2 : Imaging visit (2014+)
3,833 participants, 3,833 items
Instance 3 : First repeat imaging visit (2018+)
69 participants, 69 items
ACE touchscreen question "Did the fracture result from a simple fall (i.e. from standing height)?"
If the participant activated the Help button they were shown the message:
|A simple fall is any fall from standing height or lower.|
For example if you trip and fall over, this is a simple
fall. Falls from a stool or chair that you are sitting
on are also counted as simple. Falls from anything
higher ie: down a flight of stairs, from a ladder,
from standing on a stool or chair are NOT simple falls.
If you have had more than one fracture in the last 5 years,
select YES if any one of the fractures resulted from a simple
Field 3005 was collected from participants who indicated they have had fractured/broken bones in the last 5 years, as defined by their answers to Field 2463
There are no tabulations involving field 3005.
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