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Table 1 Baseline demographic and clinical characteristics

From: Health-related quality of life and self-reported cognitive function in patients with delayed neurocognitive recovery after radical prostatectomy: a prospective follow-up study

  no DNCR
(n = 235)
DNCR
(n = 64)
Age, years 64 (59–69) 66 (63–70)
Body Mass Index 25.8 (24.4–28.7) 25.7 (24.0–28.4)
Education   
< Highschool 100 (42.6) 27 (422)
≥ Highschool 131 (55.7) 36 (56.3)
Not reported − 4 (1.7) − 1 (1.6)
ASA   
I 52 (22.1) 8 (12.5)
II 145 (61.7) 45 (70.3)
III 38 (16.2) 11 (17.2)
Arterial hypertension 116 (49.4) 34 (53.1)
Coronary heart disease 22 (9.4) 5 (7.8)
Diabetes* 15 (6.4) 2 (3.1)
Dyslipoproteinemia 52 (22.1) 17 (26.6)
OSAS 12 (5.1) 2 (3.1)
COPD 8 (3.4) 2 (3.1)
Current smoking status 23 (9.8) 2 (3.1)
MMSE 29 (28–30) 29 (28–30)
PHQ-9 3 (2–5) 3 (2–5)
  1. Data are given as absolute and relative numbers or median with interquartile range
  2. DNCR delayed neurocognitive recovery, ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists physical classification system, OSAS obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, MMSE Mini-mental status examination (preoperative score), Patient Health Questionnaire 9 (preoperative score)
  3. *Including Pre-diabetes