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Table 1 Demographics and serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25OHD) concentrations among nursing home residents

From: Bacteriuria and vitamin D deficiency: a cross sectional study of 385 nursing home residents

 All residents1Residents without bacteriuriaResidents with bacteriuria
Mean age (SD)87 (6.7)86 (6.9)87 (5.9)
Women69% (266/385)58% (153/262)92% (113/123)
Dementia54% (208/385)49% (129/262)64% (79/123)
Diabetes mellitus13% (51/385)10% (27/262)20% (24/123)
Dysuria, urinary urgency or frequency ≤ 1 week1.6% (6/385)1.5% (4/262)1.6% (2/123)
25OHD < 12.5 nmol/L3.1% (12/385)1.9% (5/262)5.7% (7/123)
25OHD 12.5 to < 25 nmol/L34% (131/385)33% (86/262)37% (45/123)
25OHD 25 to < 50 nmol/L46% (176/385)48% (126/262)41% (50/123)
25OHD 50 to < 75 nmol/L10% (40/385)11% (29/262)8.9% (11/123)
25OHD > 75 nmol/L6.8% (26/385)6.1% (16/262)8.1% (10/123)
  1. 1In total 385 residents: 262 residents without bacteriuria and 123 residents with bacteriuria