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Table 1 Demographic and clinical data according to unintentional injuries

From: Relationships between depressive symptoms and self-reported unintentional injuries: the cross-sectional population–based FIN-D2D survey

  No unintentional injuries Unintentional injuries p -valuea
  N = 2381 N = 301  
Demographic    
 Female, n (%) 1260 (53) 153 (51) 0.49
 Age, mean (SD) 59.3 (8.3) 60.4 (8.2) 0.034
 Education years, mean (SD) 11.4 (3.6) 11.5 (4.2) 0.34
 Body mass index, mean (SD) 27.4 (4.8) 38.0 (5.5) 0.050
Clinical    
 Depressive symptoms present, n (%) 326 (14) 67 (22) <0.001
 Antidepressants, n (%) 129 (5) 20 (7) 0.34
Functional ability, mean (SD) 0.85 (1.33) 1.26 (1.77) <0.001
 Cardiovascular diseases, n (%) 820 (35) 132 (45) 0.005
 Respiratory diseases, n (%) 187 (8) 36 (12) 0.026
 Musculoskeletal diseases, n (%) 698 (30) 121 (41) <0.001
 Current smoking, n (%) 529 (22) 67 (22) 0.69
 Alcohol use, n (%)    0.049
  Never 1112 (47) 128 (43)  
  Occasionally 841 (35) 115 (38)  
  At least once a month 295 (12) 39 (13)  
  At least once a week 133 (6) 19 (6)  
Physical activity category (MET min week-1), n (%)    0.28
 Low (< 600) 410 (17) 47 (16)  
 Moderate (600–2999) 1019 (43) 124 (41)  
 High (≥ 3000) 952 (40) 130 (43)  
  1. a: Adjusted for age and gender (except gender and age).