Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2011 / Article / Tab 1

Original Article

Centella asiatica Improves Physical Performance and Health-Related Quality of Life in Healthy Elderly Volunteer

Table 1

Baseline characteristic of subjects.

Baseline dataPlaceboCA250CA500CA750

Age (years)65.70 ± 4.8864.60 ± 4.5464.20 ± 5.11
Education (years)10.90 ± 5.9311.70 ± 5.5511.25 ± 5.32
Blood pressure (mmHg)120.75 ± 8.48/ 80.20 ± 6.35116.40 ± 11.43/ 76.45 ± 7.04119.90 ± 11.36/ 80.35 ± 7.62
Blood sugar94.75 ± 12.4992.45 ± 5.8993.20 ± 7.32
Body mass index24.54 ± 4.3322.87 ± 3.2423.25 ± 2.50

Subjects were measured baseline characteristic. Data are presented as mean ± SD. - and -values were compared between groups ( = 20/group).

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