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Table 4 Age-adjusted cumulative rates of bariatric surgery (per 1000 individuals), Men

From: Socioeconomic factors, body mass index and bariatric surgery: a Swedish nationwide cohort study

  Study population BMI 30–39 BMI ≥40
Operated (% total population) Rate, 95% CI Operated Rate, 95% CI Operated Rate, 95% CI
Study population 1961 2.5 (2.4–2.6) 920 39.2, (36.8–41.8) 122 128.1 (106.8–149.3)
Family income
• Low 490 (0.25%) 2.5 (2.3–2.7) 245 34.5 (30.3–38.8) 38 107.9 (75.5–140.3)
• Middle 1090 (0.28%) 2.8 (2.6–2.9) 499 41.5 (38.0–45.1) 70 145.9 (114.2–177.6)
• High 381 (0.19%) 1.9 (1.7–2.1) 176 41.0 (35.0–47.0) 14 112 (55.6–168.9)
Education
• Low 316 (0.53%) 5.3 (4.7–5.9) 154 52.6 (44.4–60.7) 23 151.1 (94.3–207.9)
• Middle 811 (0.47%) 4.7 (4.4–5.0) 351 64.1 (57.6–70.6) 26 121.1 (77.4–151.0)
• High 834 (0.15%) 1.5 (1.4–1.6) 415 27.7 (25.1–30.3) 73 124.3 (97.5–151.0)
Employment
• Yes 1226 (0.24%) 2.4 (2.3–2.5) 574 42.7 (39.3–46.1) 57 129.7 (98.0–161.4)
• No 735 (0.27%) 2.7 (2.5–2.9) 346 34.8 (31.2–38.4) 65 127.1 (98.4–155.8)
Marital Status
• Married 465 (0.30%) 3.0 (2.7–3.2) 186 68.8 (59.2–78.4) 9 150.4 (50.0–250.7)
• Single 1496 (0.24%) 2.4 (2.3–2.5) 734 35.5 (33.0–38.1) 113 126.2 (104.5–148.0)
  1. Different BMI groups and individual characteristics. Followed for bariatric surgery between 2005 and 2012 (the highest rates are in bold and underlined)