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Table 1 Baseline characteristics and admission comprehensive geriatric assessment of the 501 included patients

From: Determinants of hospital and one-year mortality among older patients admitted to intensive care units: results from the multicentric SENIOREA cohort

  Number of patients with data available Patients included (n = 501)
Age (years) 501 80.4 ± 4.1
Sex (male) 501 268 (53%)
Residential livinga 501  
 Chronic care facility   5 (1%)
 Supervised residence setting   25 (5%)
 At home, alone   156 (31%)
 At home, with someone else   305 (61%)
 Other   10 (2%)
Legal protection 498  
 Yes   13 (3%)
 No   485 (97%)
Presence of a caring proxy 499  
 Yes   385 (77%)
 None   114 (23%)
Presence of a corresponding proxy 501  
 Yes   468 (93%)
 None   33 (7%)
Caring professional at home on a regular basisb 495  
 Yes   126 (26%)
 None   369 (74%)
Admission comprehensive geriatric assessment
 Cumulative Illness Rating Scale for Geriatricsc (/60) 501 8.3 ± 4.3
Frailty: SOF criteria 416  
 Robust   142 (34%)
 Prefrail   155 (37%)
 Frail   119 (29%)
Family burden: Mini-Zarit Score (/7) 468 1.5 ± 1.41
Cognition impairment: yes 469 139 (30%)
Presence of depressive symptoms: yes 469 170 (36%)
Geriatric Depression Score 4-items score 296 1.6 ± 0.91
Geriatric Depression Score 4-items ≥ 2 296 127 (43%)
Presence of anxiety: yes 466 281 (60%)
Impaired mobility: yes 494 98 (20%)
Presence of chronic pain moderate to severe: yes 466 209 (45%)
Activity of daily living (ADL) (/6) 485 5.2 ± 1.3
Number of patients with score < 5 485 102 (21%)
Instrumental Activity of Daily Living (iADL) (/5) 480 3.0 ± 1.2
Number of patients with score < 4 480 257 (53.5%)
History of fall: yes 477 245 (51%)
Body max index (kg/m2) 471 28.5 ± 6.5
  < 21   45 (9.6%)
 [21–25]   101 (21.4%)
 [25–30]   160 (34.0%)
  ≥ 30   165 (35.0%)
Perceived quality of life 464  
 Very happy   74 (16%)
 Happy   289 (62%)
 Unhappy   89 (19%)
 Very unhappy   12 (3%)
  1. Data are n (% of patient with data available) or mean ± standard deviation
  2. aIn the 3 months preceding admission
  3. bAt least once weekly
  4. cHigher score indicating higher number of comorbidities