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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of study population

From: Obstructive lung disease and quality of life after cure of multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis in Uganda: a cross-sectional study

 Median (IQR) or N (%)
Age, years39 (29, 45)
Male57 (60%)
Education 
 Partial or complete tertiary14 (15%)
 Partial or complete secondary24 (25%)
 Partial or complete primary48 (51%)
 No formal education9 (9%)
Employed57 (60%)
Months since completion of MDR TB treatment20 (9, 28)
BMI, kg/m220.2 (18.3, 22.8)
Smoking status 
 Current1 (1%)
 Former23 (24%)
 Never71 (75%)
HIV-positive55 (58%)
MOS-HIV 
 Physical health summary score58.6 (52.0, 61.5)
 Mental health summary score52.9 (47.8, 57.9)
SGRQ 
 Total score7.8 (3.1, 14.8)
 Median score for those with FEV1 ≥ 80% of predicted4.9 (3.1, 10.5)
 Median score for those with FEV1 50–79% of predicted9.4 (3.1, 19.4)
 Median score for those with FEV1 < 49% of predicted14.2 (9.4, 16.8)
SEP 
 1—poorest18 (19%)
 210 (11%)
 315 (16%)
 420 (21%)
 5—wealthiest32 (34%)
  1. MOS-HIV Medical Outcomes Survey HIV, SGRQ St. George’s Respiratory Questionnaire, SEP socioeconomic position