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Table 1 Population characteristics at baseline

From: Different profiles of body mass index variation among patients with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis: a retrospective cohort study

 MDR-TB treatment outcomes
Total (n = 165)Cured (n = 133)Dead (n = 32)
Age at baseline33.3 (11.6)32.2 (10.5)37.5 (14.7)
Sex (male)111 (67.3)97 (72.9)14 (43.8)
Residence (urban)122 (73.9)37 (27.8)6 (18.8)
BMI17.5 (2.7)17.8 (2.6)16. 0 (2.7)
Initial sputum smear (positive)145 (87.9)120 (90.2)25 (78.1)
Initial sputum culture (positive)137 (83.0)113 (88.9)24 (85.7)
HIV status (positive)42 (25.6)27 (20.5)15 (46.9)
Lung cavities on X-ray (yes)13 (9.1)9 (7.7)4 (15.4)
History of TB treatment (previously treated)134 (81.2)114 (85.7)20 (62.5)
Treatment adherence (yes)144 (87.3)128 (96.2)16 (50.0)
Depression (yes)8 (4.9)2 (1.50)6 (18.8)
Chest pain (yes)73 (44.2)54 (40.6)19 (59.4)
Cough (yes)156 (94.6)127 (95.5)29 (90.6)
Dyspnea (yes)52 (31.5)34 (25.6)18 (56.3)
Nausea (yes)13 (7.9)7 (5.3)6 (18.8)
Vomiting (yes)17 (10.3)10 (7.5)7 (21.9)
Hemoglobin count10.7 (2.2)10.8 (2.1)10.0 (2.6)
Platelet count388.0 (159.9)396.1 (152.4)353.8 (187.1)
Lymphocyte count1.9 (1.4)1.8 (0.9)2.0 (2.6)
Neutrophil count5.0 (2.6)5.0 (2.6)5.5 (2.7)
Creatinine77.7 (19.6)76.8 (19.5)81.3 (19.7)
SGOT29.6 (5.4)29.2 (3.8)31.2 (9.3)
SGPT32.2 (5.0)32.2 (4.2)32.3 (7.6)
  1. Data are expressed as n number (%) for categorical variable, and mean (SD); SD standard deviation for continuous variable