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Table 1 Demographic and lung function characteristics of the study subjects

From: Higher serum levels of periostin and the risk of exacerbations in moderate asthmatics

# Gender Age Smoke FEV1% FVC% FEV1/FVC RV% TLC% RV/TLC% FRC%
1 F 37 n 108 133 70,6 83 116 72 92
2 M 64 n 109 102 78,2 88 93 90 85
3 M 33 n 77 78 79,4 79 77 99 54
4 M 44 f 91 105 70,4 77 96 79 70
5 F 55 n 83 112 63,3 86 97 86 112
6 M 35 f 54 88 49,6 96 90 108 93
7 M 31 f 73 95 61,4 99 96 102 97
8 F 44 n 107 130 71,1 106 118 91 83
9 M 48 n 62 87 55,5 138 101 127 112
10 M 61 n 61 76 61,2 107 86 126 84
11 F 41 f 86 91 81,9 96 90 106 75
12 F 46 n 110 108 88,1 98 100 99 77
13 M 62 f 100 94 81,2 88 89 94 81
14 M 58 n 59 95 48,0 148 114 135 116
15 M 55 n 49 73 52,3 114 86 129 108
Mean (SD) - 47.6 (11.0) - 81.9 (21.7) 97.8 (17.8) 67.5 (12.7) 100.2 (20.4) 96.6 (11.8) 102.9 (19.1) 89.3 (17.5)
  1. Abbreviations: for Gender: M male, F female. For Smoke: f former smoker, n never smoker
  2. FEV1%: forced expiratory volume at first second, % predicted, FVC%: forced vital capacity, % predicted, RV%: residual volume, % predicted, TLC%: total lung capacity, % predicted, FRC%: functional residual capacity, % predicted