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Table 1 Study population baseline demographic and clinical characteristics

From: Psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the once-daily Urticaria Activity Score (UAS) in patients with chronic spontaneous urticaria managed in clinical practice (the EVALUAS study)

  Baseline (n = 166)
Sex, female, n (%) 109 (65.7%)
Age (years), mean (SD) 48.8 (14.3)
Body mass index, mean (SD) 26.6 (4.6)
Education, n (%):
 No formal education 5 (3.2%)
 Primary 56 (35.4%)
 Secondary 59 (37.3%)
 Higher 38 (24.1%)
Urticaria associated with CSU 65 (39.6%)
 Symptomatic Dermographism 49 (75.4%)
 Delayed pressure 19 (29.2%)
 Heat 7 (10.8%)
 Cholinergic urticaria 10 (15.4%)
Years since first appearance of symptoms, mean (SD) 2.2 (0.1-51.3)
Years since diagnosis of urticaria, mean (SD) 1.1 (0-24.2)
Nº of episodes in the prior year, median (range) 2 (0-36)
Angioedema during any episode, n (%) 77 (47.0%)
Receiving treatment for CSU, n (%) 153 (96.2%)
Patients with comorbidities associated with CSU, n (%) 85 (51.5%)
  1. SD standard deviation, CSU chronic spontaneous urticari