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Table 1 Sociodemographic and disease characteristics and duration of treatment of patients

From: Changes in the ability to participate in and satisfaction with social roles and activities in patients in outpatient rehabilitation

  All patients N = 777 Patients completing admission assessment only N = 568 Patients completing both the admission and discharge assessments N = 209
Age in years; mean ± SD (range) 55 ± 15 (18–89) 55 ± 15 (18–89) 58 ± 15 (21–85)
Sex, male; No (%) 386 (50%) 286 (50%) 100 (48%)
Diagnosis; No (%) Brain injury (e.g. stroke, traumatic brain injury) 392 (50%) 279 (49%) 113 (54%)
Spinal cord and nerve injury 115 (15%) 89 (16%) 26 (12%)
Neuromuscular disorder (e.g. lateral sclerosis) 107 (14%) 84 (15%) 23 (11%)
Amputation 29 (4%) 25 (4%) 4 (2%)
Musculoskeletal condition (e.g. osteoarthritis) 81 (10%) 49 (9%) 32 (15%)
Heart or lung disease (e.g. myocardial infarction, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). 53 (7%) 11 (7%) 11 (5%)
Rehabilitation duration; median (interquartile range) 121 (68–175) 115 (60–175) 126 (87–175)