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Table 1 Demographic characteristics and EDE diagnoses in the full sample (n = 91) and across sites

From: Eating disorder diagnostics in the digital era: validation of the Norwegian version of the Eating Disorder Assessment for DSM-5 (EDA-5)

 Full sample
(N = 91)
RASP
(n = 50)
Modum Bad
(n = 41)
Age (years), mean (SD), range30.9 (9.8)
17–56
28.5 (8.8)
17–52
33.8 (10.2)**
19–56
Body mass index mean (SD), range21.6 (7.9)
12.5–51.4
22.4 (9.2)
12.5–51.4
20.6 (5.8)
13.3–39.2
Female, n (%)87 (95.6%)48 (96.0%)39 (95.1%)
Diagnosis (EDE), n (%)
 AN34 (37.4%)15 (30.0%)19 (46.4%)
AN-R16 (17.6%)7 (14.0%)9 (22.0%)
AN-BP19 (19.8%)8 (16%)10 (24.4%)
 BN25 (27.5%)11 (22.0%)14 (34.1%)
 BED6 (6.6%)5 (10.0%)1 (2.4%)
 OSFED25 (27.5%)18 (36.0%)7 (17.1%)
OSFED-AN14 (15.4%)10 (20.0%)4 (9.8%)
OSFED-BN4 (4.4%)3 (6.0%)1 (2.4%)
OSFED-Other7 (7.7%)5 (10.0%)2 (4.9%)
 No ED1 (1.1%)1 (2.0%)0 (0%)
  1. EDE The Eating Disorder Examination v. 17.0D, AN Anorexia Nervosa, AN-R Anorexia Nervosa Restrictive type, AN-BP Anorexia Nervosa Binge-eating/Purging type, BN Bulimia Nervosa, BED Binge Eating Disorder, OSFED Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorders, ED Eating Disorder, RASP Regional Department for Eating Disorders. ** = Patients recruited from Modum Bad were significantly older than patients recruited from RASP (p ≤ .01)