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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of the sample (N = 196)

From: Concordances and differences between a unidimensional and multidimensional assessment of frailty: a cross-sectional study

 Mean (SD)N (%)
Age72.74 (8.04) 
Gender
 Male 96 (48.98)
 Female 100 (51.02)
Marital status
 Married 61 (31.12)
 Never married 14 (7.14)
 Divorced 42 (21.43)
 Cohabited 26 (13.27)
 Widow(ed) 53 (27.04)
Highest level of education
 No/primary 8 (4.10)
 Lower secondary 58 (29.74)
 Higher secondary 77 (39.49)
 Higher education 52 (26.67)
Relocated past 10 years
 Yes 97 (49.49)
 No 99 (50.51)
Origine (country of birth)
 Belgium 176 (89.80)
 Other 20 (10.20)
Net Income in Euro’s
 500–999 10 (6.13)
 1000–1499 63 (38.65)
 1500–1999 32 (19.63)
 2000+ 58 (35.58)
Fried Phenotype (unidimensional)
 Not-frail 46 (23.59)
 Pre-frail 111 (56.92)
 Frail 38 (19.49)
CFAIa (multidimensional)
 No-low frail 86 (44.33)
 Mild frail 73 (37.63)
 High frail 35 (18.04)
  1. aCFAI Comprehensive Frailty Assessment Instrument