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Table 1 Nutritional status of the patients studied

From: Impact of genetic mutations and nutritional status on the survival of patients with colorectal cancer

Nutrition indicators
BMI (kg/m2) n = 46
<  23.0 (Undernourished)a / <  18.5 (Undernourished)b 9 (19.6)
23.0–28.0 (normal)a / 18.5–24.9 (normal)b 20 (43.5)
28.0–30.0 (Overweight)a / 25–29.9 (Overweight)b 6 (13.0)
> 30.0 (obesity)a / > 30.0 (obesity)b 11 (23.9)
Nutritional Risk Screening – NRS n = 45
Nutritional risk 29 (64.4)
Without nutritional risk 16 (35.6)
PG – SGA n = 46
Well nourished 20 (43.4)
Moderetely malnourished 21 (45.7)
Severely malnourished 5 (10.9)
Phase angle n = 41
< 5o 15 (36.6)
> 5o 26 (63.4)
Visceral adipose tisse n = 39
<  163.8 cm2 – male / <  80.1 cm2 -female 15 (38.5)
>  163.8 cm2 - male / >  80.1 cm2 – female 24 (61.5)
VAT /SAT n = 36
<  0.4- male / <  0.4 – female 9 (25)
>  0.4 - male / >  0.4 – female 27 (75)
Sarcopenia n = 39
Sarcopenic 19 (48.7)
Without sarcopenic 20 (51.3)
  1. BMI Body mass index, PAHO Pan American Health Organization, PG-SGA Patient Self-Produced Global Subjective, SAT Subcutaneous adipose tissue, VAT Visceral adipose tissue
  2. aClassification BMI to elderly -PAHO; bClassification BMI to adults – WHO