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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of the OSCAR study population

From: Psychometric properties of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) in patients diagnosed with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)

  Whole population (n = 795) Responders at both 6 and 12 months (n = 168) Incomplete responders (n = 101) Patients without any PROMs data (n = 526)
Mean Age (SD) 54.90 (16.76) 54.82 (15.10) 47.39 (16.08) 56.37 (17.03)
Mean Weight (SD) 79.7 (21.35) 83.18 (19.49) 80.05 (25.76) 78.53 (20.90)
Male (%) 495 (62.3 %) 114 (67.9 %) 62 (61.4 %) 319 (60.6 %)
Female (%) 300 (37.7 %) 54 (32.1 %) 39 (38.6 %) 207 (39.4 %)
Moderate ARDS (%) 478 (59.9 %) 107 (63.7 %) 61 (60.4 %) 308 (58.6 %)
Severe ARDS (%) 319 (40.1 %) 61 (36.3 %) 40 (39.6 %) 218 (41.4 %)
  1. SD denotes standard deviation. “Patients without any PROMs data” includes patients who died before follow up and survivors who didn’t respond to either follow up questionnaire
  2. The unit for age was in years. The unit for weight was in kilograms. Male, Female, Moderate & Severe ARDS are shown as absolute numbers with the proportion of each gender or ARDS type shown in brackets