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Table 3 Sociodemographic and disease-relevant data at baseline (n = 175)

From: Multidimensional associative factors for improvement in pain, function, and working capacity after rehabilitation of whiplash associated disorder: a prognostic, prospective outcome study

Female 79.4%
Living with partner/spouse 72.0%
Education  
  Basic school (8-9 years) 7.6%
  Vocational training 14.0%
  College 52.3%
  High school/university 26.1%
Smoker 36.3%
Sports  
  None  
  <1 hour/week  
  1-2 hours/week  
  >2 h/w  
Analgesic medication on admission 61.1%
Antidepressive medication on admission 25.7%
Comorbitities (n)  
  None 16.0%
  1 34.9%
  2 29.7%
  3 13.7%
  4 or more 5.7%
Car accident 78.9%
Working capacity (hours/week)  
  0-5 43.4%
  6-10 5.7%
  11-15 10.8%
  16-20 9.7%
  21-25 10.8%
  26-30 6.8%
  31-35 5.2%
  36-40 3.5%
  41-45 3.5%
  46-50 0.6%
Age (years): mean (SD) 37.4 (11.7)
Disease duration (months): mean (SD) 13.3 (10.7)
Body mass index: mean (SD) 24.3 (4.7)
  1. Legend: SD: Standard deviation.