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Table 2 Comparison of workers with and without glenohumeral shoulder pain

From: Is sleep position associated with glenohumeral shoulder pain and rotator cuff tendinopathy: a cross-sectional study

Demographics Glenohumeral Shoulder Pain No Glenohumeral Shoulder Pain Statistical Testa
N = 277 ± SD, (%) N = 484 ± SD, (%)
Age 44.41 ± 10.3 40.3 ± 11.3 p < 0.01
Sex
 Male (237) 66 (23.8) 171 (35.33) P < 0.01
 Female (524) 211 (76.2) 313 (64.67)
Body Mass Index (BMI) Kg/m2 30.6 ± 7.2 29.2 ± 6.6 P < 0.01
 Underweight > 18.5 0 3 (0.62) p = 0.02
 Normal Weight 18.5–25 57 (20.6) 145 (30.0)
 Overweight 25–30 92 (33.2) 149 (30.8)
 Obese > 30 128 (46.2) 187 (38.6)
Tobacco Use
 Current use 82 (29.6) 129 (26.7) p = 0.43
 Previous use 58 (20.9) 127 (26.2)
 Never 136 (49.1) 226 (46.7)
Missing 1 (0.4) 2 (0.4)
Framingham Risk Score 7.39 ± 5.3 5.43 ± 4.8 p < 0.01
Hand Activity Level (HAL) Left 0.66 ± 0.6 0.64 ± 0.6 p = 0.66
Hand Activity Level (HAL) Right 0.66 ± 0.6 0.66 ± 0.6 p = 0.88
Strain Index, Left 7.89 ± 11.2 7.59 ± 9.1 p = 0.70
Strain Index, Right 8.88 ± 9.0 9.47 ± 11.8 p = 0.48
  1. aT-test for continuous data, Chi square for categorical data, Wilcoxon rank sum for non-parametric data (sex and BMI)