Table 1

Descriptive data of the study cohort

2003

Boys

Girls


Age

(yrs)

N

Height

(cm)

Weight

(kg)

BMI

(kg/m2)

N

Height

(cm)

Weight

(kg)

BMI

(kg/m2)


5

293

109.7 (4.6)

16.7 (2.2)

13.8 (1.3)

223

108.6 (5.5)

16.3 (2.4)

13.8 (1.5)

6

580

115.5 (5.4)

19.1 (3.2)

14.2 (1.6)

486

114.3 (5.5)

18.6 (3.5)

14.2 (1.8)

7

574

120.7 (6.2)

21.1 (4.1)

14.4 (1.9)

425

120.2 (5.8)

20.8 (3.8)

14.3 (1.8)

8

534

126.6 (6.1)

23.8 (4.6)

14.8 (2.0)

421

125.5 (6.4)

23.4 (5.3)

14.7 (2.2)

9

720

131.9 (6.5)

26.4 (6.0)

15.1 (2.3)

737

131.4 (6.5)

26.4 (5.6)

15.1 (2.3)

10

812

135.9 (6.8)

28.5 (6.9)

15.3 (2.6)

946

136.5 (7.1)

28.8 (6.2)

15.3 (2.3)

11

733

140.5 (7.4)

31.2 (7.5)

15.6 (2.7)

1059

142.3 (7.1)

32.7 (7.1)

16.0 (2.6)

12

842

145.9 (7.4)

33.9 (7.4)

15.8 (2.5)

1122

147.9 (7.2)

36.7 (8.1)

16.6 (2.8)

13

556

152.5 (8.7)

39.2 (9.8)

16.7 (3.0)

706

151.0 (6.7)

39.7 (7.7)

17.3 (2.7)

14

197

155.9 (8.7)

41.6 (9.7)

17.0 (2.9)

146

151.9 (6.1)

40.9 (7.3)

17.7 (2.7)

2005

7

207

122.4 (5.1)

21.3 (3.8)

14.1 (1.8)

163

122.1 (5.7)

21.6 (5.1)

14.4 (2.4)

8

592

127.4 (5.8)

24.5 (5.2)

15.0 (2.3)

489

126.1 (6.3)

23.7 (4.9)

14.8 (2.1)

9

574

131.8 (6.5)

26.8 (5.9)

15.3 (2.4)

454

131.7 (6.6)

26.6 (5.7)

15.2 (2.3)

10

551

137.5 (6.8)

30.1 (6.8)

15.8 (2.6)

406

138.0 (7.2)

30.6 (7.4)

15.9 (2.7)

11

746

142.5 (7.5)

33.3 (8.1)

16.2 (2.8)

763

143.7 (7.4)

34.4 (8.2)

16.5 (2.8)

12

837

146.7 (8.0)

35.9 (9.2)

16.5 (3.0)

989

148.7 (6.6)

38.4 (8.3)

17.2 (2.9)

13

754

153.7 (8.7)

40.7 (9.4)

17.1 (2.9)

1034

152.0 (6.0)

41.4 (7.5)

17.9 (2.8)

14

836

160.1 (8.2)

45.0 (9.4)

17.4 (2.7)

1204

154.5 (5.8)

44.1 (8.6)

18.4 (3.1)

15

537

164.3 (7.4)

49.3 (10.0)

18.2 (2.9)

648

155.2 (6.3)

45.9 (8.4)

19.0 (2.9)

16

211

166.1 (6.7)

52.7 (10.7)

19.0 (3.2)

131

155.3 (6.4)

46.2 (8.4)

19.1 (3.1)


Mean values of height, weight and body mass index. Figures in parenthesis are standard deviations.

Data of children in age group 15 years in 2003 (n = 6) and age group 6 years in 2005 (n = 2) are not shown in the table, as the number of children in the same is very low.

Raj et al. Nutrition Journal 2009 8:55   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-8-55

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