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Table 1 Baseline information by patient group (health optimisation and non-health optimisation)

From: Evaluating a pre-surgical health optimisation programme: a feasibility study

  Non-health optimisation pathway Health optimisation pathway
Accepted referral to Healthy Lifestyles Service Did not accept referral to Healthy Lifestyles Service All health optimisation patients (accepted referral & did not accept referral combined)
(n=318) (n=51) (n=133) (n=184)
Sex:
 Female 195 61.3% 36 70.6% 79 59.4% 115 62.5%
 Male 123 38.7% 15 29.4% 54 40.6% 69 37.5%
Age (years):
 Median, IQR 72 (66, 79) 67 (58, 74) 70 (63, 75) 70 (62, 75)
Deprivation quintile:
 1 (most deprived) 10 3.1% 3 5.9% 11 8.3% 14 7.6%
 2 23 7.2% 10 19.6% 8 6.0% 18 9.8%
 3 34 10.7% 8 15.7% 29 21.8% 37 20.1%
 4 120 37.7% 20 39.2% 42 31.6% 62 33.7%
 5 (least deprived) 131 41.2% 10 19.6% 43 32.3% 53 28.8%
Referral reason:
 Hip 133 41.8% 15 29.4% 34 25.6% 49 26.6%
 Knee 185 58.2% 36 70.6% 99 74.4% 135 73.4%
Smoking status:
 Smoker 5 1.6% 8 15.7% 12 9.0% 20 10.9%
 Non-smoker 297 93.4% 41 80.4% 118 88.7% 159 86.4%
 Missing 16 5.0% 2 3.9% 3 2.3% 5 2.7%
BMI (kg/m2):
 < 18: underweight 1 0.3% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
 18–24: healthy weight 99 31.1% 1 2.0% 3 2.3% 4 2.2%
 25–29: overweight 192 60.4% 0 0.0% 11 8.3% 11 6.0%
 30+: obese 9 2.8% 50 98.0% 117 88.0% 167 90.8%
 Missing 17 5.3% 0 0.0% 2 1.5% 2 1.1%
 Median, IQR a 26.0 (24.0, 28.0) 35.0 (32.0, 38.2) 33.0 (31.0, 35.6) 33.2 (31.4, 36.3)
Oxford score:
 0–19: severe 158 49.7% 37 72.5% 80 60.2% 117 63.6%
 20–29: moderate 149 46.9% 13 25.5% 50 37.6% 63 34.2%
 30–39: mild 6 1.9% 0 0.0% 2 1.5% 2 1.1%
 40–48: normal 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 1 0.8% 1 0.5%
 Missing 5 1.6% 1 2.0% 0 0.0% 1 0.5%
 Median, IQR * 19 (15, 24) 14 (11, 20) 17 (12, 22) 16 (12, 21)
  1. BMI body mass index, IQR interquartile range
  2. aFor those patients without missing data