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Table 1 Patients’ characteristics

From: Validation of the revised 9-scale clinical frailty scale (CFS) in Greek language

  n = 142
Gender
 Males 68 (47.9%)
 Females 74 (52.1%)
Age (median-IQR) (years old) 82.00 (75.75-87.00)
CCI (median-IQR) 5.00 (4.00-7.00)
Number of medications (median-IQR) 5.50 (3.00-7.25)
Marital status
 Married 74 (52.1%)
 Unmarried 2 (1.4%)
 Divorced 5 (3.5%)
 Widowed 61 (43.0%)
Educational status
 Primary 70 (49.3%)
 Secondary 49 (34.5%)
 Technological Education Institution 11 (7.7%)
 University 12 (8.5%)
Living alone
 Yes 19 (13.4%)
 No 123 (86.6%)
Barthel index groups
 No dependency (BI ≥95) 53 (37.3%)
 Mild-moderate dependency (BI 90–65) 46 (32.4%)
 Moderate-severe dependency (BI 60–25) 25 (17.6%)
 Absolute dependency (BI ≤20) 18 (12.7%)
Degree of cognitive impairment
 No cognitive impairment 88 (62.0%)
 Mild-moderate cognitive impairment (equivalent to GDS ≤ 5) 36 (25.4%)
 Severe-very severe cognitive impairment (equivalent to GDS ≥ 6) 18 (12.7%)
CFS groups
 Frail 87 (61.3%)
 Non frail 55 (38.7%)
  1. IQR Interquartile Range, CCI Charlson Co-morbidity Index, GDS Global Deterioration Scale, CFS Clinical Frailty Scale