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Table 2 Baseline anthropometric, physical capacity, mobility and quality of life measurements for participants attending follow up

From: Tasmanian Aborigines step up to health: evaluation of a cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and secondary prevention program

  All participants n = 72 CCRD1n = 25 RF2n = 47
Age 50.7 (11.3) 56.4 (9.1) 47.6 (11.3)
Weight (kg)* 95.6 (23.5) 86.7 (19.4) 100.5 (24.2)
BMI^ 34.6 (7.9) 31.5 (6.4) 36.2 (8.3)
Waist (cm) 111.6 (16.6) 108.9 (15.5) 113.1 (17.1)
ISWT3 (m) 557.4 (243.1) 551.1 (203.3) 561.3 (268.5)
6MWT4 (m) 438.8 (132.9) 450.0 (125.6) 432.9 (137.6)
TUG5 (sec) 5.5 (2.1) 5.7 (1.7) 5.3 (2.3)
SF366 (0–100 good)
Physical function 66.1 (22.4) 60.6 (24.7) 69.6 (20.5)
Role physical 60.2 (40.0) 58.7 (41.0) 61.1 (39.8)
General health 50.6 (23.3) 47.9 (23.1) 52.2 (23.5)
Bodily pain 59.0 (28.0) 63.0 (26.0) 56.5 (29.2)
Vitality 48.2 (22.8) 46.0 (22.0) 49.5 (23.4)
Social functioning 74.5 (27.0) 72.9 (29.1) 75.5 (26.0)
Role emotional 66.1 (42.8) 66.7 (41.5) 61.2 (21.8)
Mental health 61.6 (22.8) 62.2 (24.7) 61.2 (21.8)
CRQ7 (0–7 best)
Dyspnoea 4.1 (1.7) 3.8 (2.0) 4.2 (1.5)
Fatigue 4.0 (1.6) 4.3 (1.3) 3.8 (1.8)
  1. Results presented as mean (standard deviation).
  2. Footnotes: 1CCRD = Chronic Cardiovascular and Respiratory Disease, 2RF = risk factor only, 3ISWT = Incremental Shuttle Walk Test, 46MWD = Six Minute Walk Test, 5TUG = Timed Up & Go, 6SF36 = Medical Outcomes Short Form, 7CRQ = Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire.
  3. CCRD v RF ttest t = -3.3432, P = 0.001, *CCRD v RF ttest t =2.4441, P = 0.02, ^CCRD v RF ttest t =2.4515, P = 0.02.