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Table 1 Patient demographics separated by gender

From: Gender disparity in health-related quality of life and fatigue after living renal donation

  All donors
N = 211
Female donors
N = 131
Male donors
N = 80
p
Gender, n (%) 131 (62.1) 80 (37.9)
Age at the time of donation (years), mean (SD) 51.7 (9.9) 50.5 (9.3) 53.8 (10.6) 0.057
Age at the time of assessment (years), mean (SD) 61.5 (10.2) 60.4 (9.6) 63.2 (10.9) 0.019
Time after donation (years), mean (SD) 9.7 (5.2) 9.9 (5.4) 9.4 (4.8) 0.459
Relationship to recipient, n (%)
 Parent (father/mother) 100 (47.4) 52 (39.7) 48 (60) 0.004
 Child (son/daughter) 2 (0.9) 2 (2.5)  
 Sibling (brother/sister) 28 (13.3) 19 (14.5) 9 (11.3)  
 Spouse (husband/wife) 71 (33.6) 56 (42.7) 15 (18.8)  
 Friends, emotionally related 3 (1.4) 1 (0.8) 2 (2.5)  
 Other related 7 (3.3) 3 (2.3) 4 (5.0)  
Children mean (SD) 2.2 (0.90) 2.2 (1.0) 2.1 (0.7) 0.375
Smoking, n (%)
 Smoker 34 (16.1) 23 (17.6) 11 (13.8)  
 Non-smoker 174 (82.5) 107 (81.7) 67 (83.8)  
 Unknown 3 (1.4) 1 (0.8) 2 (2.5)  
Donor medical prevention, n (%)
 Yes, routinely 136 (64.5) 89 (67.9) 47 (58.8) 0.176
 No 28 (13.3) 11 (8.4) 17 (21.3)  
 Occasionally 47 (22.3) 31 (23.7) 16 (20.0)  
  1. N number, p significance, SD standard deviation