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Table 1 Core demographic information

From: The presentation, course and outcome of COVID-19 infection in people with Prader-Willi syndrome: unexpected findings from an international survey

Country of residence N Sex M/F Genetics*
Del/Dis/IC/nk
Mean age (range) Mean BMI (range) Number ow/ob
Argentina 2 0/2 1/1/0/0 14 (11─17) 25 (22─28) 1/0
Australia 1 0/1 1/0/0/0 22 nk nk
Belgium 1 0/1 1/0/0/0 26 36 0/1
Canada 2 1/1 0/2/0/0 23 (12─34) 26 (26, nk) 1/0
Chile 1 1/0 0/1/0/0 21 53 0/1
France 12 9/3 4/7/0/1 27∙25 (2─51) 31 (17─50) 2/6
Germany 1 1/0 0/0/1/0 9 nk nk
Hungary 1 0/1 0/0/0/1 41 29 1/0
Israel 2 0/2 1/1/0/0 16∙5 (15─18) 23∙5 (21─26) 1/0
Mexico 1 0/1 1/0/0/0 7 16 0/0
Netherlands 2 0/2 2/0/0/0 11∙5 (3─20) 16 (12─20) 0/0
Norway 1 0/1 0/0/0/1 6 17 0/0
Spain 2 1/1 2/0/0/0 15∙5 (15─16) 26 (19─33) 0/1
Sweden 5 4/1 2/1/0/2 32 (3─48) 24 (15─37) 0/1
Switzerland 1 0/1 0/0/0/1 36 32 0/1
United Kingdom 21 11/10 8/3/0/10 31∙86 (2─57) 29 (2─45) 5/11
United States 16 10/6 10/2/0/4 22∙31 (5─58) 27 (13─37) lePara> 5/7
Total^ 72 38/34 33/18/1/20 25∙58 (2─58) 28 (2─53) 16/28
  1. N = number; nk = not known; M = male; F = female; Del = deletion; Dis = disomy; IC = imprinting centre defect; BMI = body mass index; ow = overweight (BMI 25–30; children 80–95%); ob = obese (BMI > 30; children > 95%). ^47 adults, 25 children
  2. *All specified genetics said to have been confirmed by a genetic test. Carers (of 5 children aged 5–8 and 6 adults, all of whom were said to have genetic confirmation) did not know genetic type. 9 carers did not know how diagnosed or genetic subtype