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Table 1 Participant characteristics and baseline data (HOOS/KOOS) (n = 74)

From: Physical activity patterns, adherence to using a wearable activity tracker during a 12-week period and correlation between self-reported function and physical activity in working age individuals with hip and/or knee osteoarthritis

Age (years), mean (SD) 56.9 (5.2)
Gender (female), n (%) 64 (86.5)
Married or living with partner, n (%) 56 (75.7)
Most affected joint, n (%)
  Hip 17 (22.7)
  Knee 58 (77.3)
Education (postsecondary), n (%) 49 (66.2)
Employment (percentage of full time – 40 h.) n (%)
  0–25 % 2 (2.7)
  26–50 % 5 (6.8)
  51–75 % 8 (10.8)
  76–100 % 58 (78.4)
  Unemployed 1 (1.4)
Physically demanding work, n (%)
  No 52 (70.3)
  Yes, several times a week 7 (9.5)
  Yes, daily 14 (18.9)
  Missing 1 (1.4)
  Sedentary work, sitting > 50 %, n (%) 39 (52.7)
  Missing 2 (2.7)
Current self-assessed PA-level compared to PA-level before OA, n (%)
  More physically active 8 (10.8)
  Equally physically active 41 (55.4)
  Less physically active 24 (32.4)
  Missing 1 (1.4)
Regular usage of a WAT during the last three months before the intervention, n (%)
  Yes 29 (39.2)
  No 41 (55.4)
  Missing 4 (5.4)
HOOS ( n  = 17), mean (SD)
  Pain 46.8 (18.2)
  Symptoms 58,3 (22)
  ADL 63.1 (22.7)
  Sport/Rec 39.2 (22.8)
  QoL 40.6 (18.4)
KOOS ( n  = 58), mean (SD)
  Pain 60.6 (19.7)
  Symptoms 52.2 (20.4)
  ADL 72 (19.5)
  Sport/Rec 27.5 (25.5)
  QoL 43.8 (19.1)
  1. HOOS Hip injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score; KOOS Knee injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score; SD  Standard deviation; PA Physical activity; OA Osteoarthritis; WAT Wearable activity tracker; ADL Activities of daily living; QoL Quality of life