Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology / 2017 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Prevalence of Anxiety and Depression in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Table 1

Characteristics of the patient population.

VariableAnxiety and/or depression No anxiety or depression

Age, year (mean, std)38.57 +/− 13.8038.78 +/− 14.73
Female sex, (%)52 (54.2%)111 (48.1%)
Smoking status, (%)
 Nonsmoker58 (71.6%)146 (80.2%)
 Past smoker12 (14.8%)20 (11.0%)
 Current smoker11 (13.6%)16 (8.8%)
Disease diagnosis, (%)
 Crohn’s disease38 (39.6%)86 (37.2%)
 Ulcerative colitis58 (60.4%)145 (62.8%)
Time since diagnosis, years (mean, std)11.85 +/− 8.7610.60 +/− 8.58
Active disease, (%)11/41 (26.8%)11/129 (23.4%)
Elevated CRP, (%)20 (36.4%)34 (25.9%)
Previous surgical resection, (%)25 (26.0%)54 (21.6%)
Perianal disease, (%)23 (24.0%)50 (21.6%)
Steroids, (%)3 (3.2%)8 (3.5%)
Current/previous biologic, (%)64 (66.7%)137 (59.3%)
Depression, (%)81 (25.8%)
Anxiety, (%)68 (21.1%)
Diagnosis via screening questionnaire, (%)142 (95%)
Diagnosis via psychiatric interview, (%)7 (5%)
Current psychiatric treatment, (%)7/22 (31.8%)
Current psychiatric medication, (%)7/22 (31.8%)
Past psychiatric treatment, (%)11/22 (50%)
Past diagnosis anxiety/depression, (%)9/22 (40.9%)

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