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Table 1 Patient characteristics

From: Oral health status and its associated factors among post-stroke inpatients: a cross-sectional study in Hungary

Characteristics Overall
n = 410
Gender, n (%)
 Male 236 (57.6)
 Female 174 (42.4)
Age, years mean (SD) 58.72 (13.63)
Age, years, n (%)
17–24 years 6 (1.5)
25–49 years 104 (25.4)
50–64 years 146 (35.6)
65–79 years 134 (32.7)
 ≥ 80 years 20 (4.9)
Location type, n (%)
 Capital 154 (37.6)
 Periurban area 39 (9.5)
 Rural 217 (52.9)
Occupational status, n (%)
 Active 217 (52.9)
 Inactive 183 (44.6)
 Unemployed 10 (2.4)
Level of education, n (%)
 No formal schooling 2 (0.5)
 Less than primary school 5 (1.2)
 Primary school completed 54 (13.2)
 Secondary school completed 92 (22.4)
 High school completed 126 (30.7)
 College/university completed 130 (31.7)
 Postgraduate degree 1 (0.2)
Stroke type, n (%)
 Hemorrhagic stroke 89 (21.7)
 Cerebral infarction 321 (78.3)
Post-stroke sequels, n (%)
 Hemiplegia/hemiparesis 367 (89.5)
 Tetraplegia/quadriplegia 11 (2.7)
 Dysphagia 18 (4.4)
 Dysphasia 61 (14.9)
 Dysarthria/anarthria 33 (8.1)
 Ataxia 39 (9.5)
 Post-stroke depression 67 (16.3)
Risk factors for stroke, n (%)
 Diabetes 88 (21.5)
 Hypertension 310 (75.6)
 Hyperlipidemia 121 (29.5)
 Atrial fibrillation 37 (9.0)
 Ischemic heart disease 52 (12.7)
 Heart failure 11 (2.7)
 Alcohol consumption 272 (66.3)
 Smoking 117 (28.5)
FIM at admission, mean (SD) 76.47 (29.5)
Barthel Index at admission, mean (SD) 49.55 (34.49)
Time since diagnosis of stroke (months), mean (SD) 10.07 (26.4)
  1. FIM Functional Independence Measure, SD Standard Deviation