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Table 3 Comparison of respondents to non-respondents

From: The association between individual counselling and health behaviour change: the See Kidney Disease (SeeKD) targeted screening programme for chronic kidney disease

  Respondents (N = 1129a) Non-respondents (N = 3265a)
Gender, male, n (%) 337 (29.9) 1119 (34.4)
Age (years), mean (SD) 63.8 (14.3) 56.5 (15.4)
CKD (eGFR < 60 mL/min/1.73 m2), n (%) 208 (20.6) 509 (17.3)
Motivation for participating, n (%)
 Concern for personal health status 618 (54.7) 1761 (53.9)
 Influence from external source 227 (20.1) 803 (24.6)
 Recruitment efforts 361 (32.0) 789 (24.2)
 None 110 (9.7) 424 (13.0)
Self-reported risk factors, n (%)
 Diagnosed diabetes 274 (24.3) 693 (21.2)
 Diagnosed hypertension 524 (45.5) 1186 (36.3)
 Problems with kidneys 156 (13.8) 422 (12.9)
 High-risk ethnic groups 509 (45.1) 2026 (62.1)
 Vascular disease 268 (23.7) 614 (18.8)
 Family history of kidney problems 166 (14.7) 454 (13.9)
 Smoking or tobacco use 128 (11.3) 541 (16.6)
Knowledge of risk factors for CKD, n (%)
 Yes 1017 (90.1) 2862 (87.7)
 No 110 (9.7) 403 (12.3)
Body mass index, n (%)
 Normal/underweight (≤ 24.9 kg/m2) 385 (34.1) 1015 (31.1)
 Overweight (25.0–29.9 kg/m2) 376 (33.3) 1057 (32.4)
 Obese (≥ 30.0 kg/m2) 315 (27.9) 1070 (32.8)
  1. SD standard deviation, CKD chronic kidney disease
  2. aDenominator varied for each variable depending on the number of participants with complete data available