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Table 1 Characteristics of sample at T1

From: Tobacco smoking predicts depression and poorer quality of life in heart disease

  Non-smoker (n = 166) Smoker (n = 27) Total (N = 193)
Male, n (%) 137 (83) 19 (70) 156 (81)
Age (years), M±SD (range)*** 65.23±9.81 57.44±11.40 64.14±10.37 (38–91)
Income < AU$20 000, n (%) 54 (33) 9 (33) 63 (33)
Married, n (%) 131 (79) 15 (56) 146 (76)
Hypertension, n (%) 127 (77) 23 (85) 150 (78)
Diabetes, n (%) 40 (24) 5 (19) 45 (23)
CABG, n (%)** 104 (63) 8 (30) 112 (58)
BMI (kg/m 2 ), M±SD (range) 28.07±4.28 27.55±3.92 28.00±4.22 (20–40)
LVEF < 30% n (%) 11 (7) 0 (0) 11 (8)
Alcohol - Excessive 34 (12) 6 (22) 40 (21)
Functional status, M±SD (range) 24.81±4.57 23.97±6.33 24.09±6.11 (0–30)
MDD*** 23 (14) 12 (44) 35 (18)
ADD*** 36 (33) 18 (67) 54 (28)
GAD* 27 (16) 10 (37) 37 (19)
History of depression 57 (34) 10 (37) 67 (35)
Antidpressants at T1, n (%) 17 (10) 3 (11) 20 (11)
Antidepressants T1-T3, n (%) 13 (8) 3 (11) 16 (8)
Neuroticism, M±SD (range)** 26.48±8.50 32.44±10.56 27.32±9.02 (10–50)
Social support, M±SD (range)** 70.25±11.19 63.89±12.34 69.36±11.54 (21–84)
Attended cardiac rehabilitation , n (%)* 121 (76) 13 (50) 134 (72)
  1. ADD = Any depressive disorder; BMI = body mass index; CABG = coronary artery bypass graft surgery; GAD = Generalized Anxiety Disorder; LVEF = left ventricular ejection fraction; MDD = Major Depressive Disorder.
  2. Known for n = 187.
  3. *P < .05 **P < .01 *** P < .001.