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Sociodemographic and Clinical Characteristics of Centenarians in Mexico City

Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics in Mexican centenarians broken down by gender.

VariableTotal  
(%)  
393
Women  
(%)  
299 (76.0)
Men  
(%)  
94 (23.9)

Age (years) 0.54 
 100 125 (31.8) 88 (29.4) 37 (39.3) 
 101 90 (22.9) 69 (23.0) 21 (22.3) 
 102 64 (16.2) 52 (17.3) 12 (12.7) 
 103 48 (12.2) 39 (13.0) 9 (9.5) 
 104 29 (7.3) 23 (7.6) 6 (6.3) 
 ≥10537 (9.4)28 (9.3)9 (9.5)
Schooling (years) 0.25
 0 years  182 (46.3) 145 (48.4) 37 (39.3) 
 1–6 years  170 (43.2) 125 (41.8)45 (47.8) 
 ≥7 years41 (10.4)29 (9.7)12 (12.7)
Marital status <0.001
 With partner 22 (5.59) 6 (2.0) 16 (17.0) 
 Without partner371 (94)293 (97.9)78 (82.9)
Living with 0.33
 Partner or children 371 (94.4) 199 (66.5) 72 (76.6) 
 Other relatives (grandchildren, brothers, etc.) 271 (69.0) 60 (20.0) 11 (11.7) 
 Nonrelatives (neighbors, friends, etc.)&18 (4.6)   15 (5.0)  3 (3.1)  
 Alone&15 (3.8)  12 (4.0)  3 (3.1)  
 Nursing home&18 (4.6)13 (4.3)5 (5.3)

Differences in percentages were analyzed through the Chi2 test except for those marked by “&” which were analyzed through Fisher’s exact test.

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