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Table 1 Baseline characteristics

From: Erratum to: Additional Saturday rehabilitation improves functional independence and quality of life and reduces length of stay: a randomized controlled trial

Characteristic Randomized (n = 996)
  Intervention Control
  (n = 496) (n = 500)
Age in years, mean (SD) 75 (13) 74 (13)
Age group, n (%)
  ≤ 59 years 63 (13) 72 (14)
 60 to 79 years 236 (48) 234 (47)
  ≥ 80 years 197 (40) 194 (39)
Gender, n male (%) 189 (38) 176 (35)
Diagnosis category, n (%)
 Stroke 81 (16) 79 (16)
 Other neurological conditions 19 (4) 24 (5)
 Orthopedic conditions 284 (57) 297 (59)
 Pain syndromes 24 (5) 19 (4)
 Cardiac/Pulmonary 25 (5) 23 (5)
 Other disabling impairments 63 (13) 58 (12)
Functional independence (FIM)
 Total, mean (SD) 83 (20) 83 (21)
 Mobility component, mean (SD) 16 (7) 16 (7)
 Self-care component, mean (SD) 27 (8) 27 (8)
 Cognitive component, mean (SD) 31 (6) 31 (6)
Health-related quality of life
EQ-5D utility index, mean (SD) 0.32(0.35) 0.37(0.35)
Visual analog scale (0 to 100 mm), mean (SD) 57(21) 56(22)
Charlson comorbidity index, mean (SD) 1 (1) 1 (1)
Living independently in the community prior to admission, n (%) 466 (94) 466 (93)
  1. Intervention = Monday to Saturday rehabilitation, control = Monday to Friday rehabilitation.
  2. EQ-5D EuroQoL five dimensions questionnaire.