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Table 1 Comparison between non-CF bronchiectasis, CF bronchiectasis, and controls as regards demographic data

From: Impact of vitamin D status on CF and non-CF bronchiectasis outcomes

Demographic data Diagnosis P-value Post hoc test
Non CF bronchiectasis CF bronchiectasis Controls
Age (Y) (mean ± SD)
Range
9.55±4.05
(1–17)
4.80±3.85
(1–17)
5.75±4.23
(1–17)
0.002 (I vs II) **
Sex, n (%) Male 10 (50.0%) 15 (75%) 10 (50%) 0.180#  
Female 10 (50.0%) 5 (25%) 10 (50%)
Body mass index (mean ± SD) 16.56±2.91 15.59±2.57 17.91±1.19 0.425  
BMI Z score (mean ± SD) −.59± 1.14 −.63±1.77 −.39±1.01 0.828  
Residence Urban 12 (60%) 13 (65%) 14 (70%) 0.803#  
Rural 8 (40%) 7 (35%) 6 (30%)
Socio-economic status Very low 9 (45%) 8 (40%) 4 (20%) 0.384#  
Low 9 (45%) 9 (45%) 10 (50%)
Middle 2 (10%) 3 (15%) 6 (30%)
Consanguinity Positive 12 (60%) 15 (75%) 7 (35%) 0.036# (II vs III) *,
Family history of bronchiectasis Positive 4 (20%) 12 (60%) 0 (0%) < 0.001# (II vs III) **,
(I vs III) *
  1. ANOVA, #chi-square test, *significant, **highly significant