Table 1 Sociodemographic and clinical characteristics

From: Short Inflammatory Bowel Disease Questionnaire: translation and validation to the Portuguese language

Variables Baseline sample Second and third timepoints sample
  (n = 92) (n = 33)
Age, n (%)   
 [18–20] 3 (3.26) 2 (6.06)
 [21–29] 21 (22.83) 6 (18.18)
 [30–39] 18 (19.57) 11 (33.33)
 [40–49] 29 (31.52) 9 (27.27)
 [50–59] 15 (16.30) 4 (12.12)
 > 60 6 (6.52) 1 (3.03)
Sex, n (%)   
 Female 53 (57.61) 17 (51.52)
 Male 39 (42.39) 16 (48.48)
Anthropometric data, mean ± SD   
 Weight 68.97 ± 14.23 69.30 ± 13.41
 Height 167.69 ± 9.99 167.97 ± 9.81
Educational status, n (%)   
 Primary schooling 15 (16.30) 4 (12.12)
 High schooling 48 (52.17) 18 (54.55)
 Graduation degree 27 (29.35) 10 (30.30)
 Master’s degree 2 (2.17) 1 (3.03)
Current professional status, n (%)   
 Employed 70 (76.09) 21 (63.64)
 Unemployed, looking for a job 11 (11.96) 7 (21.21)
 Unemployed, not looking for a job 2 (2.17) 2 (6.06)
 Retired 7 (7.61) 2 (6.06)
 Temporary disability 2 (2.17) 1 (3.03)
Marital status, n (%)   
 Married 42 (45.65) 14 (42.42)
 Divorced 14 (15.30) 4 (12.12)
 Single/dating 36 (39.13) 15 (45.45)
Type of IBD, n (%)   
 Crohn’s disease 38 (41.30) 14 (42.42)
 Ulcerative colitis 54 (58.70) 19 (57.58)
 Duration of the disease, median (range) 5.00 (2–40) 5.00 (3–40)
  1. SD standard deviation