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Table 1 Demographic and baseline screening information for SA-CHAMP participants

From: Feasibility of community-based screening for cardiovascular disease risk in an ethnic community: the South Asian Cardiovascular Health Assessment and Management Program (SA-CHAMP)

Characteristic

All

Female

Male

 

N = 238

N = 122

N = 116

 

n (%)

n (%)

n (%)

Age (years)

   

 45–59

81 (34)

36 (30)

45 (39)

 60–79

142 (60)

79 (65)

63 (54)

 80 or older

15 (6)

7 (6)

8 (7)

Program language of choice

   

 English

170 (71)

82 (67)

88 (76)

 Gujarati

41 (17)

31 (25)

10 (9)

 Punjabi

20 (8)

2 (2)

18 (16)

 Dari

4 (2)

4 (3)

-

 Hindi

3 (1)

3 (3)

-

Reported history of CVD*

24 (10)

9 (7)

15 (13)

Reported history of stroke/TIA

5 (2)

1 (1)

4 (4)

Parent or sibling with myocardial infarction or stroke before age 60

67 (28)

37 (30)

30 (26)

Current smoker or quit within 3 months

11 (5)

-

11 (10)

Reported history of hypercholesterolemia

116 (49)

54 (44)

62 (54)

Reported history of diabetes

55 (23)

28 (23)

27 (23)

Reported history of hypertension

124 (52)

70 (57)

54 (47)

Elevated systolic and/or diastolic blood pressure

86 (36)

47 (39)

39 (34)

Controlled TC/HDL §

99 (42)

73 (60)

26 (11)

Estimated 10-year CVD risk

   

 low-moderate (<=20%)

57 (24)

50 (41)

7 (6)

 high (>20%)

181 (76)

72 (59)

109 (94)

 

mean (SD)

mean (SD)

mean (SD)

 

range

range

range

Systolic blood pressure (mmHg)

129 (18.9)

131 (18.8)

127 (18.9)

94-185

97-184

94-185

Diastolic blood pressure (mmHg)

75 (10.4)

74 (9.6)

77 (11.1)

50-116

53-96

50-116

Total cholesterol (mmol/L)

5.41 (1.1)

5.57 (1.2)

5.25 (1.1)

2.59-9.91

2.85-9.91

2.59-9.37

HDL (mmol/L)

1.12 (0.35)

1.23 (0.33)

0.99 (0.33)

 

0.39-2.06

0.47-2.06

0.39-2.03

 

median (IQR ) range

median (IQR ) range

median (IQR ) range

TC/HDL

4.7 (3.8-6.5)

4.4 (3.5-5.4)

5.3 (4.2-7.1)

 

2.4-16

6 2.4-14.0

2.5-16.7

  1. * CVD: cardiovascular disease.
  2. † TIA: transient ischemic attack.
  3. Elevated systolic blood pressure: > = 140 mm Hg (non-diabetic) or > = 130 mm Hg (diabetic); elevated diastolic blood pressure: > = 90 mm Hg (non-diabetic) or > = 80 mm Hg (diabetic).
  4. § Controlled TC/HDL: < 4 for high risk participants; < 6 for low-moderate risk participants.
  5. IQR: interquartile range.