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Table 2 Anthropometric characteristics of children from the NUTTSEA cohort

From: Social determinants of overweight and obesity in the mother-child binomial: evidences from Mexico

  Category Media ± Standar Deviation, Average 2018 CI 95%
Age Months completed 7.35 ± 2.08 7.08–7.62
Boys 7.3 ± 2.08 6.94–7.66
Girls 7.4 ± 2.08 7.01–7.84
Sex Boys 57.5% 0.51–0.63
Girls 42.5% 0.36–0.48
Weight Kg 7.74 ± 1.07 7.60–7.88
Length Cm 67.30 ± 5.42 66.60–68.00
Nutrition satus (Weight / Age) Moderate under weight 4.76 0.02–0.08
Mild under weight 22.08 0.17–0.27
Normal 64.5 0.58–0.70
PROWa 6.93 0.04–0.11
Overweight 1.73 0.00–0.04
Nutrition status
(Lenght / Age)
Severe low length 2.16 0.00–0.05
Moderate low length 6.49 0.03–0.10
Mild low length 24.68 0.19–0.30
Normal 66.67 0.60–0.72
Nutrition status
(Weight / Length)b
Severe malnutrition 0.87 0.00–0.03
Moderate malnutrition 3.03 0.01–0.06
Mild malnutrition 14.72 0.10–0.19
Normal 67.53 0.61–0.73
PROWa 7.79 0.04–0.12
Overweight 5.63 0.03–0.09
Obesity 0.43 0.00–0.03
  1. aPossible risk of overweight; It is a trend towards the scoring line z 2 what is a definite risk
  2. bIndicator taken to diagnose the nutritional status of the children evaluated