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Table 1 Demographic data for obese patients with CT thorax images

From: Body mass index and thoracic subcutaneous adipose tissue depth: possible implications for adequacy of chest compressions

  Males (n = 22) Females (n = 33) All (n = 55)
Age at time of CT (years) 51.91 (10.78) 49.42 (12.86) 50.41 (12.03)
Indigenous Australian (n) 9 (41%) 24 (73%) 33 (60%)
Mean weight (kg) (n = 53) 143.09 (20.01) (n = 21) 121.77 (16.78) (n = 32) 130.22 (20.80)
Mean height (cm) (n = 53) 175.13 (9.87) (n = 21) 162.31 (6.88) (n = 32) 167.72 (10.25)
Mean BMI (kg/m2) 45.39 (6.07) 46.32 (6.36) 45.95 (6.21)
Mean anterior SAT (mm) 36.75 (9.61) 36.38 (7.3) 36.53 (8.21)
Mean posterior SAT (mm) (n = 51) 48.47 (15.03) (n = 22) 54.21 (10.69) (n = 29) 50.73 (13.18)
  1. Data is presented as absolute number (and percentage), mean (and SD) or median (and IQR)