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Table 1 Demographics and clinical characteristics by obesity status

From: Joint associations of obesity and estimated GFR with clinical outcomes: a population-based cohort study

Characteristics Obesity No obesity
N 171,650 1,121,712
Age, y
 18–39 27.4 23.5
 40–64 48.3 50.1
 65–79 20.5 18.8
 ≥80 3.8 7.7
Female 68.8 56.9
Social assistance 4.9 3.0
Rural residence location 13.4 9.1
Long-term care 1.7 1.6
eGFR, mL/min*1.73m2
  ≥ 105 25.1 21.0
 90–104 26.6 27.7
 60–89 37.7 42.2
 45–59 6.7 6.1
 30–44 2.8 2.2
 15–29 0.9 0.6
 <15 0.2 0.1
Albuminuria
 Missing 21.0 23.1
 Mild/none 87.3 91.8
 Moderate 9.6 6.4
 Severe 2.8 1.7
Morbidity
 Alcohol misuse 3.2 2.9
 Asthma 6.5 2.6
 Atrial fibrillation 5.6 4.1
 Lymphoma 0.5 0.5
 Metastatic cancer 1.2 0.9
 Single site cancer 3.9 3.3
 Chronic heart failure 6.7 3.8
 Chronic pain 19.7 12.8
 Chronic pulmonary 16.3 10.8
 Chronic hepatitis B infection 0.1 0.2
 Cirrhosis 0.4 0.2
 Severe constipation 1.7 1.3
 Dementia 1.4 2.1
 Depression 16.5 11.0
 Diabetes 25.2 12.0
 Epilepsy 2.1 2.0
 Hypertension 50.6 34.5
 Hypothyroid 14.6 11.2
 Inflammatory bowel disease 1.6 1.6
 Irritable bowel syndrome 3.5 2.6
 Multiple sclerosis 1.0 0.9
 Myocardial infarction 3.0 2.4
 Parkinson’s 0.6 0.7
 Peptic ulcer disease 0.2 0.2
 Peripheral arterial disease 1.6 1.2
 Psoriasis 1.2 0.8
 Rheumatoid arthritis 3.0 2.5
 Schizophrenia 1.5 1.1
 Stroke or transient ischemic attack 7.1 6.3