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Clinical Study

The Effect of Park and Urban Environments on Coronary Artery Disease Patients: A Randomized Trial

Table 1

Baseline characteristics of the urban street and park environment study groups (data shown as mean values ± standard deviation or numbers and percentages).

Baseline characteristicsUrban street mean ± SDPark environment mean ± SD

Men6 (60%)7 (70%)0.500
Age, years66.0 ± 12.558.5 ± 12.20.162
Body mass index, kg/m227.9 ± 1.827.9 ± 4.90.264
CAD anamnesis, years9.3 ± 8.88.8 ± 11.70.353
Duration after the last CAD hospitalization, years1.16 ± 0.60.90 ± 0.40.176
NO2 in living environment, µg/m318.5 ± 5.420.1 ± 5.30.370
Residence proximity to park, m321.7 ± 251490 ± 3560.114
NO2 during walking, µg/m324.15 ± 1.6920.31 ± 0.930.026
PM2.5 during walking, µg/m324.64 ± 0.9718.23 ± 0.850.001
Noise during walking, dBA65.20 ± 1.3146.17 ± 0.780.000

Exact one-tailed value of Mann-Whitney test.

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