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Table 1 Characteristics of patients with hip and/or knee osteoarthritis who attended baseline assessments (n = 30)

From: The AktiWeb study: feasibility of a web-based exercise program delivered by a patient organisation to patients with hip and/or knee osteoarthritis

Demographics
 Age, years, mean (SD) 63.3 (9.5)
 Female, n (%) 21 (70.0)
 Body mass index, kg/m2, mean (SD) 30.4 (6.7)
 Living arrangement, living alone, n (%) a 11 (38)
 Education level, ≥ 1 year of college/university, n (%) 19 (63)
 Non-smokers, n (%) 29 (97)
 Working full time, n (%) 13 (43)
Clinical characteristics
 Pain (NRS, 0–10, 0 = no pain), median (IQR) 5.0 (3.0, 6.3)
 Disease activity (NRS, 0–10, 0 = no disease activity), median (IQR) 5.0 (3.8, 7.0)
Most troublesome joint, n (%)
 Knee (right or left) 26 (87)
 Hip (right or left) 4 (13)
Total number of troublesome joints (range 0–9), n (%)
 1 to 4 joints 25 (83)
 5–9 joints 5 (17)
Number of co-morbid conditions (range 0–15), n (%)b
 No co-morbid conditions 10 (33)
 One co-morbid condition 14 (47)
 2 to 4 co-morbid conditions 6 (20)
  1. an = 29 due to missing data
  2. bData based on the question: Is your health currently affected by one or more of these medical problems (each answered by yes/no): high blood pressure, angina/infarction/other cardiac disease, asthma/bronchitis/other pulmonary disease, allergy/rhinitis/eczema/, sciatica, cerebral haemorrhage/cerebral stroke, cancer disease, neurological disease (in brain- or nerve tissue), diabetes, metabolic disease, mental/psychological disease, kidney disease, liver disease, ulcer or other stomach disease, anaemia or other blood disease