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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of the participants

From: Accuracy of self-reported physical activity in patients with anorexia nervosa: links with clinical features

Demographics / Clinical characteristics (N = 34) M (SD) Range (Min - Max) 95% CI
Age 26.3 (6.4) 18.3–29.1 24.1–28.5
Current BMIa 16.4 (1.2) 14.0–18.0 15.9–16.8
EDEb Global Score 3.4 (1.2) 0.7–5.4 2.9–3.8
“When do you think ANc started?” (age in years) 16.6 (4.8) 5–33 14.9–18.2
“When was AN diagnosed?” (age in years) 20.4 (6.6) 12–38 18.1–22.7
Years between diagnosis and enrolment in LEAPd 5.7 (6) 1.8–23.6 3.6–7.8
  N (%)   
Gender Female: 32 (94.1%)
Male: 2 (5.9%)
  
AN Subtype (n = 32) ▪ AN-Restrictive subtype: 19 (59.4%)
▪ AN-Binge/Purge subtypee: 13 (40.6%)
- Regular objective bulimic episodes: 7 (21.9%)
- Self-induced vomiting: 3 (9.4%)
- Laxative/diuretic use: 9 (28.1%)
Country of birth Australia: 21 (61.8%)
United Kingdom: 9 (26.5%)
Other: 4 (11.8%)
  
  1. aBody Mass Index, bEating Disorder Examination, cAnorexia Nervosa, d CompuLsive Exercise Activity TheraPy (LEAP), e At least one behaviour, 4 or more episodes per month, over last 3 months