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Table 1 Characteristics of ‘responders’ and ‘non-responders’ to hospital rehabilitationa

From: Factors associated with improved walking in older people during hospital rehabilitation: secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial

  Responders
(n = 130)
Non-responders
(n = 64)
Age (years) 80.5 (75.4, 86.9) 82.7 (78.0, 88.7)
Male (n ,%) 54 (42 %) 29 (45 %)
Baseline ambulation status [Ambulant/Non-ambulant (n, %)] 95:35 (73 %:27 %) 51:13 (80 %:20 %)
Mini Mental State Examination 25 (21, 27)
(n = 126)
24 (18, 28)
(n = 59)
Frailty Index 2 (2, 3)
(n = 126)
2 (2, 3)
(n = 59)
Charlson Co-morbidity Index 2 (1, 3) 2 (1, 3)
Geriatric Depression Scale 4 (3, 7)
(n = 125)
5 (3, 7)
(n = 60)
Daily supervised upright activity time (mins) 25 (15, 35) 21 (10, 35)
Days in rehabilitation 16 (12, 26) 14 (8, 22)
  1. a reported as median (IQR) unless otherwise stated