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Table 1 Descriptive data of 24 weight history indices in 770 female inpatients with anorexia nervosa

From: Dimensions within 24 weight history indices and their association with inpatient treatment outcome in adults with anorexia nervosa: analysis of routine data

IndexM (SD), range
Highest weight59.52 (10.60), 38.00–130.00
Lowest weight37.04 (5.93), 23.00–55.00
Highest BMI21.30 (3.42), 14.66–43.44
Lowest BMI13.24 (1.77), 8.66–17.30
Highest BMI percentage1.01 (0.17), 0.68–2.06
Lowest BMI percentage0.61 (0.08), 0.39–0.78
WS17.84 (10.24), 1.00–89.00
WE4.94 (3.96), 1.00–24.00
BMI suppression6.37 (3.62), 0.14–29.74
BMI elevation1.69 (1.40), 0.00–7.79
BMI suppression percentage0.33 (0.18), 0.01–1.44
BMI elevation percentage0.07 (0.06), 0.00–0.35
BMI range8.06 (3.50), 1.88–30.07
PWC0.29 (0.11), 0.02–0.68
Residual 10.00 (5.39), −15.42 – 14.22
Residual 20.00 (10.00), −17.23 – 70.47
Residual 30.00 (3.65), −7.31 – 17.72
Residual 40.00 (3.79), −17.05 – 6.76
h-AFW76.20 (19.21), 40.00–210.60
l-AFW40.37 (8.03), 23.00–70.00
Age at highest weight18.72 (5.60), 10.00–59.00
Age at lowest weight24.01 (8.27), 12–61
Years since highest weight9.07 (7.56), 0.00–48.00
Years since lowest weight3.79 (5.78), 0.00–45.00
  1. Note. BMI body mass index, WS weight suppression, WE weight elevation, PWC percentage weight change, Residual 1 highest on admission weight, Residual 2 admission on highest weight, Residual 3 lowest on admission weight, Residual 4 admission on lowest weight, h-AFW highest age-factored weight, l-AFW lowest age-factored weight