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Table 1 Physical characteristics and baseline pulmonary function

From: Pulmonary responses in current smokers and ex-smokers following a two hour exposure at rest to clean air and fine ambient air particles

Subj Gender Race Age Height Weight Smoking BMI BSA FEV 1 FEV 1 FEV 1/FVC D LCO**
#    [yrs] [cm] [kg] [pk-yr]   [m 2] L/s [% pred] [%]  
1 M* C 74 172 65.3 9.0 22.1 1.77 2.2 80.2 52.8 9.7
2 F* C 63 157 60.0 40.0 24.3 1.60 1.3 61.3 58.5 16.3
3 F C 39 157 114.6 48.0 46.5 2.10 1.6 60.9 57.0 20.3
4 M C 50 172 77.3 31.0 26.1 1.90 3.5 103.2 78.4 25.3
5 M B 42 183 75.8 39.0 22.6 1.97 3.3 92.9 72.0 35.5
6 F B 40 159 87.1 38.0 34.4 1.89 1.9 84.1 82.9 30.0
7 F C 46 163 61.3 30.0 23.1 1.66 2.9 109.8 81.7 17.1
8 F B 55 160 60.6 54.0 23.7 1.63 2.3 114.1 75.0 13.7
9 F C 35 168 82.1 39.0 29.1 1.92 3.7 123.0 71.5 22.6
10 F B 53 154 55.8 60.0 23.5 1.53 1.6 83.6 82.2 8.7
11 F B 35 165 82.7 12.0 30.4 1.90 2.4 96.5 78.2 15.1
Mean    48 165 74.8 27.8 36.4 1.80 2.5 91.8 72.3 20.0
SEM    4 3 5.2 2.2 4.7 0.10 0.2 6.1 3.5 2.6
  1. *ex-smoker; **DLCO in ml/min/mm Hg;
  2. M = male, F = female; C = Caucasian, B = black; BSA = body surface area; BMI = body mass index.