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Physical activities

Attributes relating to physical activities are lucidly stated in the Table 1. Details about particular attributes are given in the Tables 2–5.

Table 1 – Attributes relating to physical activities
Identifier – column in the data matrix EntryMeaning
TELAKTZAphysical activity in a job
AKTPOZAMphysical activity after a job
DOPRAVAwhich means of transport he uses for getting to work
DOPRATRVhow long it takes to get to work

 

Table 2 – Frequency of the TELAKTZA attribute values
TELAKTZA – physical activity in a jobNumber of
patients
CodeMeaning
1he mainly sits741
2he mainly stands167
3he mainly walks373
4he carries heavy loads100
5not stated38

 

Table 3 – Frequency of the AKTPOZAM attribute values
AKTPOZAM – physical activity after a jobNumber of
patients
CodeMeaning
1he mainly sits266
2moderate activity1 030
3great activity118
4not stated5

Moderate activities stand for errands, walks with a peaceful dog, regular work in a garden, and so on.

Great activities stand for regular physical activities – daily or at least 3–4 times a week for more than a half an hour or walking at a speed of at least 4 km per hour at least 3 times a week.

 

Table 4 – Frequency of the DOPRAVA attribute values
DOPRAVA – way how he gets to workNumber of
patients
CodeMeaning
1on foot354
2by bike4
3public means of transport777
4by car180
9not stated104

 

Table 5 – Frequency of the DOPRATRV attribute values
DOPRATRV – duration of the way to workNumber of
patients
CodeMeaning
5the way takes around ½ hour963
6the way takes around 1 hour319
7the way takes around 2 hours11
8the way takes more than 2 hours5
9not stated121

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