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Table 1 Baseline characteristics (n = 2252)

From: Is kidney function associated with cognition and mood in late life?

Age, years 79.5 (77.1–82.9)
Women, % 55.7
Living alone, % 24.5
Education, years 11 (8–15)
Smoking status
 Current smoker, % 4.4
 Former smoker, % 39.5
Alcohol ≥1 unit a day, % 25.8
BMI, kg/m2 27.3 (24.7–30.4)
ADL-independent, % 95.2
iADL-independent, n % 56
MMSE, score 29 (27–30)
 MMSE < 24, % 7.1
GDS, score 2 (1–4)
 GDS > 5, % 14
Hypertension, % 76.8
Diabetes mellitus, % 25.1
TIA, % 8.7
Stroke, % 5.8
Atrial fibrillation, % 15.3
COPD, % 11.8
Cancer, % 17.2
CHF, % 16.6
Vascular disease, % 12.6
CIRS-G, total score 8 (5–11)
CIRS-G, severity index 1.5 (1.2–1.8)
eGFR-BIS, mL/min/1.73 m2 55.6 (45.1–64.4)
 90 or more, % 0.6
 60–89.9, % 36.2
 45–59.9, % 38.3
 30–44.9, % 18.6
 30 or less, % 6.3
ACR, mg/g 11.2 (33.1–3.4)
Albuminuria, % 26.7
  1. Values are expressed as percentage or median (IQR)
  2. Abbreviations: BMI Body Mass Index, (i) ADL (instrumental) Activities of Daily Living, MMSE Mini–Mental State Examination, GDS Geriatric Depression Scale, TIA Transient Ischemic Attack, COPD Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, CHF Congestive Heart Failure, CIRS-G Cumulative Illness Rating Scale for Geriatrics, eGFR-BIS Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate, ACR Albumin-to-Creatinine Ratio