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Research Article

Predicted Aerobic Capacity of Asthmatic Children: A Research Study from Clinical Origin

Table 2

Descriptive information, mean (±SD), of study population by group.

Baseline
Asthma Control
♂ / ♀♂ / ♀
17 / 1116 / 11

Age10.1 (2.5)ns 9.9 (2.7)
BMI18.8 (3.8) 17.1 (2.0)
FEV1 2.2 (0.8)ns 2.3 (1.0)
PAC44.3 (7.3) 52.1 (13.4)
RS 7.5 (1.6)ns 7.7 (1.3)

: number
Age (years), BMI: body mass index (kg/m2), FEV1: forced expiratory volume in one second (L), PAC: predicted aerobic capacity (mLO2/min/kg),RS: running speed (km/h)
: probability, ns: nonsignificant.

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