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Table 1 Sample characteristics

From: The contribution of functional cognition screening during acute illness hospitalization of older adults in predicting participation in daily life after discharge

Characteristic After 1 month (n = 84)
Mean (SD)
Range
After 3 months (n = 77)
Mean (SD)
Range
Gender (females), n (%) 45 (54) 41 (53)
Age, years 76.6 (7.3)
65–94
76.6 (7.4)
65–94
Education, years 12.5 (4.3)
3–25
12.4 (4.3)
3–25
Living alone, n (%) 30 (35) 26 (34)
Pre-morbid mBI score (0–100) [median] 96.7 (7.4) [100]
65–100
96.3 (8.1) [100]
65–100
mBI score at discharge (0–100) [median] 94.4 (12) [100]
24–100
94.1 (12.4) [100]
24–100
Length of hospital stay in days 5.7 (4.4)
2–25
5.8 (4.5)
2–25
Illness severity (NEWS score, 0–21) 2.1 (1.9)
0–7
2.1 (1.9)
0–7
Symptoms severity at admission (0–10) 2.6 (1.6)
0–7.2
2.7 (1.6)
0–7.2
Comorbidity (CCI score, 0–33) 1.5 (1.6)
0–6
1.6 (1.6)
0–6
MMSET Score at admission (0–22) 18.7 (2.7)
11–22
18.8 (2.6)
11–22
Color Trails Test- part 1 at admission,
T score
32.5 (12.1)
20–62
33.1 (12.3)
20–62
Color Trails Test- part 2, at admission
T score
32.1 (11.2)
20–59
32.1 (11.4)
20–59
Med-aEFPT at admission (0–25) 5 (4.1)
0–16
5.1 (3.9)
0–16
HADS total score at admission 13.3 (4.6)
6–27
13.1 (4.4)
6–27
Depressive symptoms at admission (HADS score 11 +), n (%) 15 (18) 15 (19)
  1. Abbreviations: mBI Modified Barthel Index, NEWS National Early Warning Score, CCI Charlson Comorbidity Index, MMSET Mini-Mental State Examination Telephone version, Med-aEFPT Medication sorting task from the alternative Executive Functions Performance Test, HADS Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale
  2. Note. Due to different sample sizes, sample characteristics are included for each follow-up time point