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Table 1 Demographic and clinical data for TKA patients

From: Patients’ experiences of discontentment one year after total knee arthroplasty- a qualitative study

VariableTKA (discontented)
(n = 44)
SDCITKA
(total)
(n = 356)
SDCIp-value
Gender, n (%)      0.83
 Female28 (63.6)  218 (61.2)   
 Male16 (36.4)  138 (38.8)   
Age, range (mean)      0.47
 Female59–88 (70.2)6.866–7146–91 (70)8.268–70 
 Male59–78 (69.9)6.466–7248–84 (71)8.066–69 
BMI, mean28.34.226.5–3029.54.529–30 
ASA, n (%)      0.77
I(12)26  (77)21   
II(26)60  (224)63   
III(6)14  (55)15   
Background, n (%)      0.55
 Swedish41 (93)  341 (96)   
 Non-Swedish3 (7)  15 (4)   
Hospital, n (%)      0.93
 Hospital 125 (56.8)  203 (57)   
 Hospital 216 (36.3)  130 (36.5)   
 Hospital 33 (6.8)  23 (6.5)   
Type of prosthesis, n (%)      0.81
 Genesis II TKA25 (56.8)  201 (56.5)   
 NexGen, cemented TKA18 (41)  141 (39.8)   
 NexGen, non-cemented TKA1 (2.2)  11 (3.1)   
 Journey0 (0)  2 (0.6)   
Side, n (%)      0.19
 Right26 (59)  182(52)   
 Left18 (41)  173(48)   
  1. TKA Total knee arthroplasty, SD Standard deviation, CI 95% confidence interval, BMI Body mass index, ASA American society of anesthesiologist score (I = normal health, II = mild systemic disease, III = severe systemic disease), Genesis II TKA (Smith & Nephew), NexGen TKA (Zimmer & Biomet), Journey (Smith & Nephew)