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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of the sample

From: Impact of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions on cardiac rehabilitation participation and behaviours in the United Kingdom

  All (n = 45) Still engaging in CR (n = 36) No longer engaging in CR (n = 9)
Age (years) 70 (63, 74) 71 (63.8, 74.8) 67 (61.5, 70.5)
Male (%) 88.9 91.7 77.8
White ethnicity (%) 91.1 88.9 100.0
Height (cm) 175.0 (169.0, 182.0) 176.5 (169.8, 182.3) 172.0 (162.5, 177.5)
Weight (kg) 79.3 (73.6, 92.6) 79.4 (73.0, 93.0) 77.1 (70.2, 92.4)
Body mass index (kg/m2) 25.4 (23.9, 29.4) 25.2 (23.8, 29.3) 28.5 (25.0, 29.7)
Time in CR before lockdown (weeks) 70.0 (22.5, 229.0) 102.0 (50.5, 257.5) 22.0 (8.5, 130.0)
Engaging in CR at time of study (%) 80
  1. Values are presented as percentages, or as median (Q1, Q3). Participants still actively engaged in their CR programmes and those who had quit CR were compared by Mann–Whitney tests, significance set at p < 0.05; n for multiple testing
  2. CR cardiac rehabilitation