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Table 3 Comparison among sociodemographic characteristics and frailty profiles (n = 2399). FIBRA Unicamp, Elderly, 2008–2009

From: Frailty and depressive symptoms in older adults: data from the FIBRA study - UNICAMP

  Frail Pre-frail Non-frail p-value*
Sex
Female
Male
116 (7.4)
51 (6.2)
795 (50.4)
408 (49.6)
666 (42.2)
363 (44.2)
=0.458
Age
 65–69
 70–74
 75–79
> = 80
40 (4.4)
42 (5.6)
40 (8.8)
45 (15.7)
414 (45.4)
379 (50.9)
246 (53.9)
164 (57.1)
458 (50.2)
323 (43.4)
170 (37.3)
78 (27.2)
<0.001
Schooling
 0
 1–4
 5–8
> = 9
59 (12.5)
72 (6.1)
23 (5.3)
12 (3.9)
237 (50.2)
618 (52.2)
197 (45.5)
150 (48.5)
176 (37.3)
493 (41.7)
213 (49.2)
147 (47.6)
<0.001
Marital Status
Single 16 (8.0) 102 (51.0) 82 (41.0) =0.006
Married 74 (6.1) 596 (49.0) 547 (44.95)  
Divorced 5 (2.9) 81 (46.8) 87 (50.3)  
Widowed 71 (8.8) 422 (52.4) 312 (38.8)  
Family Income
<=1.0 MW
1.1–3.0 MW
3.1–5.0 MW
5.1–10.0 MW
> 10.0 MW
20 (8.7)
76 (7.6)
32 (7.0)
6 (2.3)
7 (5.5)
121 (52.6)
526 (52.5)
216 (47.2)
123 (47.3)
58 (45.3)
89 (38.7)
400 (39.9)
210 (45.8)
131 (50.4)
63 (49.2)
=0.005
No. of disabilities
 0
 1–3
> = 4
5 (3.4)
50 (4.2)
111 (10.6)
68 (45.6)
556 (46.4)
579 (55.1)
76 (51.0)
593 (49.5)
360 (34.3)
<0.001
No. of diseases
 0
 1–2
> = 3
10 (3.7)
71 (6.0)
86 (9.1)
120 (44.6)
567 (47.7)
515 (54.8)
139 (51.7)
550 (46.3)
339 (36.1)
<0.001