Life expectancy for spinal cord injuries in the U.S. for those who survive at least one year post-injury as of 2017, by age and severity

Life expectancy for post-one year spinal cord injury survivors 2017 This statistic shows the life expectancy for spinal cord injuries in the U.S. for those who survive at least one year post-injury, as of 2017. The life expectancy for a person aged 20 years who suffers a high tetraplegia spinal injury and survives at least one year is around 35.2 years.
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20 years of age40 years of age60 years of age
No spinal cord injury59.640.723.2
Motor functional at any level AIS D53.235.419.7
Paraplegia AIS ABC46.230.216.5
Low tetraplegia (C5-C8) AIS ABC41.225.714
High tetraplegia (C1-C4) AIS ABC35.222.112.5
Ventilator dependent any level1913.37.9
20 years of age40 years of age60 years of age
No spinal cord injury59.640.723.2
Motor functional at any level AIS D53.235.419.7
Paraplegia AIS ABC46.230.216.5
Low tetraplegia (C5-C8) AIS ABC41.225.714
High tetraplegia (C1-C4) AIS ABC35.222.112.5
Ventilator dependent any level1913.37.9
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This statistic shows the life expectancy for spinal cord injuries in the U.S. for those who survive at least one year post-injury, as of 2017. The life expectancy for a person aged 20 years who suffers a high tetraplegia spinal injury and survives at least one year is around 35.2 years.
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Release date
March 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
As of 2017

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