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Table 2 Demographic characteristics of newly diagnosed congenital heart disease subjects

From: The incidentally diagnosed adult congenital heart disease during routine medical health checkups in 27,897 Koreans at a single center over seven years

Numbers (Proportion, %)
Total numbers 293
Sex
 Male 106 (36.2%)
 Female 187 (63.8%)
Age (years, male: female) (proportion, %)
 20–30 5 (3:2) (1.7%)
 31–40 79 (36:63) (27.0%)
 41–50 83 (39:54) (28.3%)
 51–60 86 (39:52) (29.4%)
 61–70 33 (18:23) (11.3%)
  > 70 6 (1:5) (2.0%)
Marital status
 Married 213 (72.7%)
 Single (separated or divorced) 12 (4.1%)
 Never married 68 (23.2%)
Employment status
 Employed 197 (67.2%)
 Unemployed 96 (32.7%)
Education
  < High school 12 (4.1%)
 High school 157 (53.6%)
  > High school 124 (42.3%)
Residence area
 Urban 227 (77.5%)
 Rural 66 (22.5%)
Self-reported smoking status
 Non-smoker 125 (42.7%)
 Ex-smoker 51 (17.4%)
 Current-smoker 117 (39.9%)
Body mass index
  < 23 91 (31.1%)
 23–25 86 (29.4%)
  ≥ 25 116 (39.6%)
Hypertension
 No 159 (54.3%)
 Pre-hypertension 84 (28.7%)
 Hypertension 50 (17.1%)
  1. Pre-hypertension is defined as systolic pressure is between 120 and 129 mmHg and diastolic pressure less than 80 mmHg according to the 2017 guideline of American College of Cardiology