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WHO STEPS Chronic Disease Risk Factor Surveillance

ANALYSIS PROGRAMS DOCUMENTATION

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Table of Contents

Grouped Programs ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 Sampling and Response Proportions.......................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Demographic Information Results ............................................................................................................................................................................. 5 Tobacco Use............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13 Alcohol Consumption .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 30 Fruit and Vegetable Consumption ........................................................................................................................................................................... 43 Physical Activity ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 50 Blood Pressure and Diabetes History....................................................................................................................................................................... 65 Physical Measurements............................................................................................................................................................................................ 73 Biochemical Measurements ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 84 Raised Risk .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 90

IMPORTANT: All questions that report results by age and/or sex use the variables AgeRange, Sex, and Valid. These variables can be created using the programs AgeRange1564 or AgeRange2564 and MissingAgeSex. These programs use the variables I5 (date of interview), C1 (sex), C2 (date of birth), and C3 (age) to create the AgeRange, Sex, and Valid variables.. For Epi Info, all weighted programs use the variables PSU, Stratum, and one of either WStep1, WStep2, or WStep3. For SPSS, the weighted programs expect the sampling plan file to be called Step1plan.csaplan, Step2plan.csaplan, or Step3plan.csaplan, respectively. These should located on your computer here: C:\STEPS\SPSS\ NOTE: Throughout this document missing values are indicated by (.)

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Grouped Programs

Introduction

A number of grouped programs have been created to help simplify data analysis. Each of these programs, which are listed in the table below, will run either all programs for a specific risk factor, all programs for a specific Step of the Instrument, or all programs needed to complete the Fact Sheet. These programs can only be used if ALL questions (core and expanded, as applicable) for each section have been asked. In the case of the Fact Sheet, ALL questions needed to complete the entire Fact Sheet must have been asked. Please refer to the corresponding sections of this document for more information about the programs called in each of these grouped programs.

Program
AllAlcoholPgms (unweighted), AllAlcoholPgmsWT (weighted) AllDietPgms (unweighted), AllDietPgmsWT (weighted) AllHistoryPgms (unweighted), AllHistoryPgmsWT (weighted) AllPAPgms (unweighted), AllPAPgmsWT (weighted) AllStep1Pgms (unweighted), AllStep1PgmsWT (weighted) AllStep2Pgms (unweighted), AllStep2PgmsWT (weighted) AllStep3Pgms (unweighted), AllStep3PgmsWT (weighted) AllTobaccoPgms (unweighted), AllTobaccoPgmsWT (weighted) EntireFactSheet (unweighted), EntireFactSheetWT (weighted)

Required Variables
A1-A8 D1-D5 H1-H10 P1-P16 T1-T12, A1-A8, D1-D5, P1-P16, H1-H10 M1-M16c B1-B9 T1-T12 T-T5, A1-A5, D1-D4, P1-P16, H7, H8a, H8b, M3-M5, M7, M11-M13, B1, B5, B7

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Sampling and Response Proportions

Overall response proportions

Description: Summary results for overall response proportions.

Response Proportions
Age Group Eligible n Men Responded n % Eligible n Women Responded n % Eligible n Both Sexes Responded n %

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

No questions are used, only the Interview Tracking Form is used. ResponseOverall (unweighted) Reads in information from the Interview Tracking Form and reports for each age group: number of eligible subjects and the number and percent of those eligible who participated in at least Step 1 of the survey. Name Values Condition
Sex AgeRange "men" "women" 2534 3544 4554 5564 "responded" "did not respond" "eligible" "not eligible" m2534="x" OR m3544="x" OR m4554="x" OR m5564="x" f2534="x" OR f3544="x" OR f4554="x" OR f5564="x" m2534="x" OR f2534="x" m3544="x" OR f3544="x" m4554="x" OR f4554="x" m5564="x" OR f5564="x" S1y="X" ELSE Sex=(.) OR AgeRange=(.) ELSE

Responded Eligible

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Step 3 response proportions

Description: Summary results for the response proportions for Step 3 for countries that have done STEP 3 with a sub-set of the sample.

Response Proportions for Step 3


Age Group Eligible n Men Responded n % Eligible n Women Responded n % Eligible n Both Sexes Responded n %

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

No questions are used, only the Interview Tracking Form is used. ResponseStep3 (unweighted) Reads in information from the Interview Tracking Form and reports for each age group: number of eligible subjects and the number and percent of those eligible who participated in Step 3 of the survey. Name Values Condition
Sex AgeRange "men" "women" 2534 3544 4554 5564 "responded" "did not respond" "not eligible" "eligible" m2534="x" OR m3544="x" OR m4554="x" OR m5564="x" f2534="x" OR f3544="x" OR f4554="x" OR f5564="x" m2534="x" OR f2534="x" m3544="x" OR f3544="x" m4554="x" OR f4554="x" m5564="x" OR f5564="x" S3y="X" ELSE Sex=(.) OR AgeRange=(.) ELSE

Responded Eligible

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Demographic Information Results

Age group by sex

Description: Summary information by age group and sex of the respondents. Instrument question: C1: Sex C2: What is your date of birth?
Age Group and Sex of Respondents
Age Group n Men % Women n % Both Sexes n %

Questions Used Program General Information

C1, C2 Cagesex (unweighted) Reports the number and percentage of respondents in each age group by sex. Only valid records (valid=1) are included in the output.

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Ethnicity

Description: Summary results for the ethnicity of the respondents. Instrument Question: C5: What is your [insert relevant ethnic group/racial group/cultural subgroup/others] background?
Ethnic Group of Respondents
Age Group Ethnic group n % Both Sexes Ethnic Ethnic group group n % n % Other ethnic group n %

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

C5 Cethnic (unweighted) Reports the number and percentage of respondents for each ethnic group by age group. Name Values Condition
CLN 1 2 C5(.) AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Education

Description: Mean number of years of education among respondents. Instrument question: C4: In total, how many years have you spent at school or in full-time study (excluding pre-school)?
Mean Number of Years of Education
Age Group n Men Mean n Women Mean Both Sexes n Mean

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

C4 Ceduyears (unweighted) Reports the mean number of years of education of respondents, respondents are grouped by age group and sex. Only valid records (valid=1) who have a reasonable value for C4 (C4(.) AND C430) are included in the output. Name Values Condition
CLN 1 2 C4(.) AND C430 AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Highest level of education

Description: Highest level of education achieved by the survey respondents. Instrument question: C6: What is the highest level of education you have completed?
Highest Level of Education
Age Group No formal schooling % Some primary schooling % Completed primary % Men Completed Completed high College /university secondary school school completed % % % Post-graduate degree %

Highest Level of Education


Age Group No formal schooling % Some primary schooling % Completed primary % Women Completed Completed high College /university secondary school school completed % % % Post-graduate degree %

Highest Level of Education


Age Group No formal schooling % Some primary schooling % Completed primary % Both Sexes Completed Completed high College /university secondary school school completed % % % Post-graduate degree %

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

C6 Ceduhigh (unweighted) Reports the number and percentage of respondents who have attained each level of education, respondents are grouped by age group. Only valid records (valid=1) who have a valid value for C6 (C(.)) are included in the output. Name Values C Labels in output tables created by recoding C6 responses. Name Values Condition
CLN 1 2 C(.) AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Employment status

Description: Proportion of respondents in paid employment and those who are unpaid. Unpaid includes persons who are non-paid, students, homemakers, retired, and unemployed. Instrument question: C7: Which of the following best describes your main work status over the last 12 months?
Employment Status
Men Govt Non-govt Selfemployee employee employed % % % Women Non-govt Selfemployee employed % % Both Sexes Non-govt Selfemployee employed % %

Age Group n

Unpaid % n

Govt employee %

Unpaid % n

Govt employee %

Unpaid %

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

C7 Cworkpaid (unweighted) Reports the number and percentage of respondents in each employment category by age group and sex. Only valid records (valid=1) who have a valid value for C7 (C(.)) are included in the output. Values Name C Labels in output tables created by recoding C7 responses. Name Values Condition CLN 1 C(.) AND Valid=1 2 ELSE

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Unpaid work and unemployed

Description: Proportion of respondents in unpaid work. Instrument question: C7: Which of the following best describes your main work status over the last 12 months?
Unpaid Work and Unemployed
Men Women Non-paid n % Student % Unemployed Homemaker Retired Able to Not able work to work % % % %

Age Group n

Non-paid %

Student %

Unemployed Homemaker Retired Able to Not able work to work % % % %

Unpaid Work and Unemployed


Both Sexes Age Group n Non-paid % Student % Homemaker Retired % % Unemployed Able to work Not able to work % %

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

C7 Cworknotpaid (unweighted) Reports the number and percentage of respondents in each unpaid work category by age group and sex. Only valid records (valid=1) who have a valid value for C7 (C(.)) are included in the output. Values Name C Labels in output tables created by recoding C7 responses. Name Values Condition CLN 1 C(.) AND Valid=1 2 ELSE

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Income

Description: Mean per capita household annual income in local currency (presented only for both sexes because results are for the household not individuals). Instrument question: C8: How many people older than 18 years, including yourself, live in your household? C9(a-c): Taking the past year, can you tell me what the average earning of the household have been?
Mean Annual Per Capita Household Income
n Both Sexes Mean

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

C8, C9a, C9b, C9c Cmeanincome (unweighted) Reports the mean reported per capita household annual income of all respondents by age group. Because values are country-specific, no cleaning is done on C9a-c values other than checking for missing values. For the output value of each record (stored in created variable "C9"), preference is given first to C9c, then C9b, then C9a. Only valid records (valid=1) who have a valid value for C8 and C9 (CLN=1) are included in the output. Name Values
C9ayr C9byr C9a*48 C9b*12

Name
C9

Values
C9c C9byr C9ayr (.) C9/C8 1 2

Condition
C9c(.) C9c=(.) AND C9b(.) C9c=(.) AND C9byr=(.) AND C9ayr(.) C9ayr=(.) AND C9byr=(.) AND C9c=(.) C81 AND C8 30 AND C9(.) AND Valid=1 ELSE

C9percap CLN

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Estimated household earnings

Description: Summary of respondent household earnings by quintile (presented only for both sexes because results are for the household not individuals). Instrument question: C10: If you don't know the amount, can you give an estimate of the annual household income if I read some options to you?
Estimated Household Earnings
n Quintile 1: Quintile 2: Quintile 3: Quintile 4: Under $.. $..- $.. $..- $.. $..- $.. % % % % Quintile 5: Over $.. %

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

C10 Cquintile (unweighted) Reports the number and percentage of respondents in each salary quintile by age group. Only valid records (valid=1) who have a valid value for C10 (CLN=1) are included in the output. Values Condition Name
CLN 1 2 C10(.) AND C101 AND C105 AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Tobacco Use

Smoking Status

Description: Smoking status among all respondents. Instrument question: T1: Do you currently smoke any tobacco products, such as cigarettes, cigars or pipes? T2: If Yes, do you current smoke tobacco products daily?
Current Smokers Among All Respondents
Age Group n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Smoking Status Among All Respondents


Age Group n Men Current Smoker Daily Non-Daily 95% 95% % % CI CI Women Does Not Smoke 95% % CI Current Smoker Daily Non-Daily n % 95% CI % 95% CI Does Not Smoke % 95% CI

Smoking Status Among All Respondents


Age Group n Both Sexes Current Smoker Daily Non-Daily % 95% CI % 95% CI

Does Not Smoke % 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information

T1, T2 Tsmokestatus (unweighted), TsmokestatusWT (weighted) Reports the smoking status of all respondents. To be included in output tables, respondent must have answered T1 and T2 correctly (CLN=1).

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Created Variables

Name
T1CLN T2CLN

Purpose
Checks for valid response to T1 Checks for valid response to T2

Values
1 2 1

Condition
T1=1 OR T1=2 ELSE T1=1 AND (T2=1 OR T2=2) OR T1=2 AND (T2=(.) OR T2=2) ELSE T1CLN=1 AND T2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE T1=1 AND T2=1 T1=1 AND T2=2 T1=2 T1=1 AND (T2=1 OR T2=2) ELSE

CLN

Determines if T1 and T2 are clean Output table values

2 1 2 "daily smoker" "current smoker (non-daily)" "non-smoker" "daily and non-daily smokers" "non-smoker"

Output table values

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Frequency of smoking

Description: Percentage of daily smokers among smokers. Instrument question: T1: Do you currently smoke any tobacco products, such as cigarettes, cigars or pipes? T2: If Yes, do you current smoke tobacco products daily?
Current daily smokers among smokers
Age Group Men n % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information Created Variables

T1, T2 Tsmokefreq (unweighted), TsmokefreqWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of current smokers who are daily vs. non-daily smokers. To be included in output tables, respondent must have answered T1 and T2 correctly (CLN=1) and be a current smoker (T1=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
T1CLN T2CLN Checks for valid response to T1 Checks for valid response to T2 1 2 1 T1=1 OR T1=2 ELSE T1=1 AND (T2=1 OR T2=2) OR T1=2 AND (T2=(.) OR T2=2) ELSE T1CLN=1 AND T2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE T1=1 AND T2=1 T1=1 AND T2=2

CLN C

Determines if T1 and T2 are clean Table values

2 1 2 "current daily smoker" "current smoker (non-daily)"

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Manufactured cigarette smokers

Description: Percentage of daily smokers who use manufactured cigarettes. Instrument question: T5a: On average, how many of the following do you smoke each day? [manufactured cigarettes]
Manufactured cigarette smokers among daily smokers

Age Group

Men n % 95% CI n %

Women 95% CI n %

Both Sexes 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information Created Variables

T1, T2, T5a Tsmokeman (unweighted), TsmokemanWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of daily smokers who use manufactured cigarettes. To be included in output tables, respondent must have answered T1 and T2 correctly (CLN=1) and be a daily smoker (T2=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
T1CLN T2CLN Checks for valid response to T1 Checks for valid response to T2 1 2 1 T1=1 OR T1=2 ELSE T1=1 AND (T2=1 OR T2=2) OR T1=2 AND (T2=(.) OR T2=2) ELSE T1CLN=1 AND T2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE T5a1 AND T5a50 ELSE

CLN C

Determines if T1 and T2 are all clean Table values

2 1 2 "smokes manufactured cig" "does not smoke manufactured cig"

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Amount of tobacco used among smokers by type

Description: Mean amount of tobacco used by daily smokers by type. Instrument question: T5(a-e): On average, how many of the following do you smoke each day?
Mean amount of tobacco used by daily smokers by type

Age Group n

Mean # of manufactured cig. # 95% CI

Men Mean # of hand-rolled cig. # 95% CI

Mean # of pipes of tobacco # 95% CI

Mean # of other type # 95% CI

Mean amount of tobacco used by daily smokers by type


Age Group n Mean # of manufactured cig. # 95% CI Women Mean # of hand-rolled cig. # 95% CI Mean # of pipes of tobacco # 95% CI Mean # of other type # 95% CI

Mean amount of tobacco used by daily smokers by type


Age Group n Mean # of manufactured cig. # 95% CI Both Sexes Mean # of hand-rolled cig. # 95% CI Mean # of pipes of tobacco # 95% CI Mean # of other type # 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information

Created Variables

T1, T2, T5(a-e) Tsmoketype (unweighted), TsmoketypeWT (weighted) For each type of tobacco, reports the amount of used by current daily smokers. To be included in all output tables, respondent must have answered T1 and T2 correctly (CLN=1) and be a current daily smoker (T2=1). Additionally, each respondent must have given a valid answer to T5a, T5b, T5c, T5d, or T5e as needed for each output table (i.e. relevant T5(a-e)CLN variable must equal 1). Name Purpose Values Condition
T1CLN T2CLN CLN Checks for valid response to T1 Checks for valid response to T2 Determines if T1 and T2 are clean 1 2 1 2 1 2 T1=1 OR T1=2 ELSE T1=1 AND (T2=1 OR T2=2) OR T1=2 AND (T2=(.) OR T2=2) ELSE T1CLN=1 AND T2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

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T5aCLN T5bCLN T5cCLN T5dCLN T5eCLN Tother

Checks for valid response to T5a Checks for valid response to T5b Checks for valid response to T5c Checks for valid response to T5d Checks for valid response to T5e Combines T5d and T5e into one response Checks for valid response to T5other

TotherCLN

1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 T5d+T5e T5e T5d 1 2

T5a0 AND T5a50 ELSE T5b0 AND T5b50 ELSE T5c0 AND T5c50 ELSE T5d0 AND T5d50 ELSE T5e0 AND T5e50 ELSE T5dCLN=1 AND T5eCLN=1 T5dCLN=2 AND T5eCLN=1 T5dCLN=1 AND T5eCLN=2 T5dCLN=1 OR T5eCLN=1 ELSE

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Initiation and duration of smoking

Description: Average age of initiation and duration, in years, of smoking among daily smokers. Instrument question: T3: How old were you when you first started smoking daily? T4(a-c): Do you remember how long ago it was?
Mean Age Started Smoking
Age Group n Men Mean age 95% CI n Women Mean age 95% CI n Both Sexes Mean age 95% CI

Mean Duration of Smoking


Age Group n Men Mean age 95% CI n Women Mean age 95% CI n Both Sexes Mean age 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information

Created Variables

T1, T2,T3, T4a, T4b, T4c Tsmokeagetime (unweighted), TsmokeagetimeWT (weighted) Reports the average age of initiation and the duration of smoking, in years, among current daily smokers. T4b (months) and T4c (weeks) are calculated into whole years so they can be subtracted from Age. To be included in denominator respondent must answer T1 and T2 correctly, be a current daily smoker (T2=1), and have responded correctly to either T3, T4a, T4b, or T4c (CLN=1). In calculating initiation and duration, preference is given first to T3, then T4a, then T4b, then T4c. Name Purpose Values Condition
T1CLN T2CLN Checks for valid response to T1 Checks for valid response to T2 1 2 1 T1=1 OR T1=2 ELSE T1=1 AND (T2=1 OR T2=2) OR T1=2 AND (T2=(.) OR T2=2) ELSE T3>9 AND T3<75 ELSE T4a1 AND T4a<65 AND T3CLN=0 ELSE

T3CLN T4aCLN

Checks that T3 is a valid age of smoking initiation Checks that T4a is a valid time in years and gives precedence to T3

2 1 2 1 2

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T4byrs T4bCLN T4cyrs T4cCLN Initiation

T4b is recoded into years Checks for valid response to T4byrs after the recode T4c is recoded into years Checks for valid response to T4cyrs after the recode Age of initiation. In order of precedence: assigned to either T3, Age-T4a, Age-T4b, or Age-T4c.

Duration

CLN

Duration of smoking in years. Calculates duration of smoking by subtracting Initiation from Age. Determines if T1 and T2 are clean, if 1 the record is valid, and if valid information has been entered to 2 calculate Initiation (and Duration)

T4b/12 (.) 1 2 T4c/52 (.) 1 2 T3 Age-T4a Age-T4byrs Age-T4cyrs Age-Initiation

T4b1 AND T4b12 ELSE T4byrs(.) ELSE T4c1 AND T4c30 ELSE T4cyrs(.) ELSE T3CLN=1 T4aCLN=1 T4bCLN=1 T4cCLN=1

T1CLN=1 AND T2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 AND Initiation(.) AND Duration0 ELSE

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Percentage of ex daily smokers in the population

Description: Percentage of ex-daily smokers among all respondents and the mean time, in years, since they quit smoking daily. Instrument question: T6: In the past did you ever smoke daily? T7: How old were you when you stopped smoking daily? T8(a-c): How long ago did you stop smoking daily?
Ex-daily Smokers Among All Respondents Men Women % 95% CI n % 95% CI n Mean Years Since Cessation Men Women n mean 95% CI mean 95% CI

Age Group

Both Sexes % 95% CI

Age Group

Both Sexes mean 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information

Created Variables

T2,T6,T7,T8(a-c) Tsmokeexdaily (unweighted), TsmokeexdailyWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of ex-daily smokers among all respondents and the average time, in years, since they quit smoking daily. T8b (months) and T8c (weeks) are calculated into whole years so they can be subtracted from Age. Values less than one year are recoded as Missing. To be included in first output table, respondents must have answered T6 correctly (i.e. CLN=1). To be included in second output table, respondents must also be an ex-daily smoker (T6=1) and have valid answers to either T7 or T8(a-c) (StopCLN=1) . Name Purpose Values Condition
T6CLN T7CLN T8aCLN T8byrs T8bCLN Checks for valid response to T6 Checks that T7 is a valid age of smoking cessation) Checks that T8a is a valid time since smoking cessation T8b is recoded into years Checks for valid response to T8b after the recode 1 2 1 2 1 2 T8b/12 (.) 1 2 (T6=1 OR T6=2) AND T21 ELSE T7>9 AND T7<75 ELSE T8a1 AND T8a<65 ELSE T8b1 AND T8b12 ELSE T8byrs(.) ELSE

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T8cyrs T8cCLN Stop

T8c is recoded into years Checks for valid response to T8c after the recode Time since cessation. In order of precedence: assigned to either Age minus T7, T8a, T8byrs, or T8cyrs. Determines if T6 is clean and if record is valid Determines if Stop contains a value Output table values

CLN StopCLN C

T8c/52 (.) 1 2 Age-T7 T8a T8byrs T8cyrs 1 2 1 2 "Ex-daily smoker" "Not an ex-daily smoker (includes current users)"

T8c1 AND T8c30 ELSE T8cyrs(.) ELSE T7CLN=1 T8aCLN=1 T8bCLN=1 T8cCLN=1 T6CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE Stop(.) and Stop10 ELSE T6=1 T6=2

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Current Users of smokeless tobacco

Description: Smokeless tobacco use (daily and non-daily) among all respondents. Instrument questions: T9: Do you currently use any smokeless tobacco such as [snuff, chewing tobacco, betel]? T10: Do you currently use smokeless tobacco products daily?
Current Smokeless Tobacco Users Among All Respondents
Age Group n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Smokeless Tobacco Use Among All Respondents


Men Age Group n Current User Daily Non-Daily 95% 95% % % CI CI Does Not Use Smokeless Tobacco % 95% CI n % Women Current User Daily Non-Daily 95% CI % 95% CI Does Not Use Smokeless Tobacco % 95% CI

Smokeless Tobacco Use Among All Respondents


Age Group n Both Sexes Current User Daily Non-Daily % 95% CI % 95% CI Does Not Use Smokeless Tobacco % 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information Created Variables

T9, T10 Tsmokelessstatus (unweighted), TsmokelessstatusWT (weighted) Reports smokeless tobacco use among all respondents. To be included in the output tables, respondents must have answered T9 and T10 correctly (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
T9CLN T10CLN Checks for valid response to T9 Checks for valid response to T10 1 2 1 T9=1 OR T9=2 ELSE T9=1 AND (T10=1 OR T10=2) OR T9=2 AND (T10=(.) OR T10=2) ELSE

2
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CLN

Indicates if both T9 and T10 are clean and the record is valid.

1 2

T9CLN=1 AND T10CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

Output table values. Records with CLN=1 are the only ones reported in table.

Output table values. Records with CLN=1 are the only ones reported in table.

"non-daily smokeless tobacco user" "daily smokeless tobacco user" "not a smokeless tobacco user" "current smokeless tobacco user" "not a smokeless tobacco user"

T9=1 AND T10=2 T9=1 AND T10=1 T9=2 T9=1 ELSE

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Current Users of smokeless tobacco

Description: Percentage of ex-daily smokeless tobacco users among all respondents. Instrument questions: T10: Do you currently use smokeless tobacco products daily? T12: Did you ever use smokeless tobacco such as [snuff, chewing tobacco, betel] daily?
Ex-daily smokeless tobacco users
Age Group Men n % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information Created Variables

T10,T12 Tsmokelessexdaily (unweighted), TsmokelessexdailyWT (weighted) Reports percentage of ex-daily smokeless tobacco users among all respondents. To be included in the output table, respondents must have answered T12 correctly (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
CLN Checks for valid response to T12 and that record is valid Output table values 1 2 (T12=1 OR T12=2) AND T101 AND Valid=1 ELSE

"ex-daily smokeless user" "not an ex-daily smokeless user (includes current users)"

T12=1 ELSE

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Frequency of smokeless tobacco use among users by type

Description: Mean frequency of smokeless tobacco use, among smokeless tobacco users, by type. Instrument question: T11a-e: On average, how many times a day do you use?
Mean Times Per Day Smokeless Tobacco Used By Daily Smokeless Tobacco Users By Type

Age Group n

Snuff by mouth # 95% CI

Snuff by nose # 95% CI

Men Chewing tobacco # 95% CI

Betel, quid # 95% CI

Other # 95% CI

Mean Times Per Day Smokeless Tobacco Used By Daily Smokeless Tobacco Users By Type
Age Group n Snuff by mouth # 95% CI Snuff by nose # 95% CI Women Chewing tobacco # 95% CI n Betel, quid # 95% CI Other # 95% CI

Mean Times Per Day Smokeless Tobacco Used By Daily Smokeless Tobacco Users By Type
Age Group n Snuff by mouth # 95% CI Snuff by nose # 95% CI Both Sexes Chewing tobacco # 95% CI n Betel, quid # 95% CI Other 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information

Created Variables

T9,T10,T11a-e Tsmokelesstype (unweighted), TsmokelesstypeWT (weighted) For each type of smokeless tobacco, reports the amount used by smokeless tobacco users. To be included in the output tables, respondents must have answered T9 and T10 correctly (CLN=1), have indicated that they use smokeless products daily (T10=1), and have provided a valid answer for the corresponding question, T11a through T11e (T11[a-e]CLN=1), for each table. Name Purpose Values Condition
T9CLN Checks for valid response to T9 1 2 1 2 T9=1 OR T9=2 ELSE (T9=2 AND T101) OR (T9=1 AND (T10=1 OR T10=2)) ELSE

T10CLN

Checks for valid response to T10

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CLN T11aCLN T11bCLN T11cCLN T11dCLN T11eCLN

Indicates if both T9 and T10 are clean and record is valid Checks for valid response to T11a Checks for valid response to T11b Checks for valid response to T11c Checks for valid response to T11d Checks for valid response to T11e

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T9CLN=1 AND T10CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE T11a0 AND T11a50 ELSE T11b0 AND T11b50 ELSE T11c0 AND T11c50 ELSE T11d0 AND T11d50 ELSE T11e0 AND T11e50 ELSE

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Current tobacco users

Description: Percentage of tobacco users (daily and non-daily), includes smoking and smokeless, among the all respondents. Instrument questions: T1: Do you currently smoke any tobacco products, such as cigarettes, cigars or pipes? T2: Do you currently smoke tobacco products daily? T9: Do you currently use any smokeless tobacco such as [snuff, chewing tobacco, betel]? T10: Do you currently use smokeless tobacco products daily?
Daily Tobacco Users
Age Group Men n % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Current Tobacco Users


Age Group Men n % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information

T1, T2, T9, T10 Tdailyuser (unweighted), TdailyuserWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of all tobacco users among all respondents. To be included in output table, respondent must have answered T1, T2, T9, and T10 correctly (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
T1CLN T2CLN Checks for valid response to T1 Checks for valid response to T2 1 2 1 T1=1 OR T1=2 ELSE T1=1 AND (T2=1 OR T2=2) OR T1=2 AND (T2=(.) OR T2=2) ELSE T9=1 OR T9=2 ELSE T9=1 AND (T10=1 OR T10=2) OR T9=2 AND (T10=(.) OR T10=2) ELSE

T9CLN T10CLN

Checks for valid response to T9 Checks for valid response to T10

2 1 2 1

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CLN

smokerstatus

tobuserstatus

Indicates if T1, T2, T9, and T10 are clean and the record is valid. Determines smoking status. 1=daily smoker, 2=non-daily smoker, 3= nonsmoker Determines tobacco use status. 1=daily user, 2=non-daily user, 3= non-user Output table values

1 2 1 2 3

T1CLN=1 AND T2CLN=1 AND T9CLN=1 AND T10CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE (T1=1 AND T2=1) (T1=1 AND T2=2) T1=2

1 2 3 "current daily tobacco user" "not a current daily tobacco user" "current tobacco user" "not a current tobacco user"

(T9=1 AND T10=1) (T9=1 AND T10=2) T9=2 smokerstatus=1 OR tobuserstatus=1 ELSE smokerstatus=1 OR smokerstatus=2 OR tobuserstatus=1 OR tobuserstatus=2 ELSE

Output table values

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Alcohol Consumption

Alcohol consumption status

Description: Alcohol consumption status of all respondents. Abstainers have not consumed alcohol in the last 12 months. Instrument questions: A1: Have you consumed alcohol (such as ) within the past 12 months? A4: Have you consumed alcohol (such as ) within the past 30 days?
Alcohol Consumption Status
Age Group n Current Drinker (last 30 days) % 95% CI Men Drank in the last 12 mos. (not current) % 95% CI Women Abstainer % 95% CI Current Drinker (last 30 days) n % 95% CI Drank in the last 12 mos. (not current) % 95% CI % Abstainer 95% CI

Alcohol Consumption Status


Age Group n Current Drinker (last 30 days) 95% % CI Both Sexes Drank in the last 12 mos. (not current) % 95% CI % Abstainer 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

A1, A4 Aconsumption (unweighted), AconsumptionWT (unweighted) Reports which respondents have either 1) consumed alcohol in the past 30 days, 2) consumed alcohol in the past 12 mos., but NOT in the past 30 days, or 3) consumed no alcohol in the past 12 mos. Respondents must have answered A1 and A4 correctly (CLN=1) to be included in output table. Name Purpose Values Condition
A1CLN Checks for valid response to A1 1 2 A1=1 OR A1=2 ELSE

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A4CLN

Checks for valid response to A4

CLN C

Indicates if A1 and A4 are clean and the record is valid. Output table values

A1CLN A4CLN

Checks for valid response to A1 Checks for valid response to A4

2 1 2 "drank within the past 12 months" "drank within the past 30 days" "abstainer" 1 2 1

CLN

Indicates if A1 and A4 are clean and the record is valid.

2 1 2

A1=1 AND (A4=1 OR A4=2) OR A1=2 AND (A4=(.) OR A4=2) ELSE A1CLN=1 AND A4CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE A1=1 AND A4=2 A4=1 A1=2 A1=1 OR A1=2 ELSE A1=1 AND (A4=1 OR A4=2) OR A1=2 AND (A4=(.) OR A4=2) ELSE A1CLN=1 AND A4CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Alcohol consumption status

Description: Alcohol consumption status of all respondents. Abstainers have not consumed alcohol in the last 12 months. NOTE: This program is intended for use in lieu of Aconsumption when A4 has not been asked. If A4 is included in the Instrument, use the Aconsumption program instead. Instrument questions: A1: Have you consumed alcohol (such as ) within the past 12 months?
Percentage of Respondents Who Drank in the Last 12 Months
Age Group Men n % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions used Program General Information Created Variables

A1 Aconsumptionv1.4 (unweighted), Aconsumptionv1.4WT (weighted) Reports the percentage of all respondents who drank alcohol in the past 12 months. To be included in output table, respondent must have answered A1 correctly. Name Purpose Values Condition
CLN C Ensures there's a valid answer for A1 and that record is valid. Output table values 1 2 "drank within the past 12 months" "abstainer" (A1=1 OR A1=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE A1=1 A1=2

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Frequency of alcohol consumption

Description: Frequency of alcohol consumption in the last 12 months among drinkers. Instrument questions: A1: Have you consumed alcohol (such as ) within the past 12 months? A2: In the past 12 months, how frequently have you had at least one drink?
Frequency of Drinking in Past 12 Months Men 5-6 Days/Week 1-4 Days/Week % 95% CI % 95% CI Frequency of Drinking in Past 12 Months Women 5-6 Days/Week 1-4 Days/Week % 95% CI % 95% CI Frequency of Drinking in Past 12 Months Both Sexes 5-6 Days/Week 1-4 Days/Week % 95% CI % 95% CI

Age Group n %

Daily 95% CI

1-3 Days/Month % 95% CI

Age Group n %

Daily 95% CI

1-3 Days/Month % 95% CI

Age Group n %

Daily 95% CI

1-3 Days/Month % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

A1, A2 Afrequency (unweighted), AfrequencyWT (weighted) Reports the frequency of consumption of at least one drink over the past year by drinkers. To be included in the output table, respondents must have correctly answered A1and A2 (CLN=1), and have consumed alcohol in past 12 months (A1=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
A1CLN A2CLN CLN Checks for valid response to A1 Checks for valid response to A2 Indicates if A1 and A2 are clean and the record is valid 1 2 1 2 1 2 A1=1 OR A1=2 ELSE A21 AND A25 AND A1=1 ELSE A1CLN=1 AND A2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Table values

"Daily" "5-6 days per week" "1-4 days per week" "1-3 days per month" "less than once a month"

A2=1 A2=2 A2=3 A2=4 A2=5

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Standard drinks per day

Description: Average number of standard drinks consumed by drinkers per day. Instrument question: A3: When you drink alcohol, on average, how many drinks do you have during one day.
Number of Standard Drinks Consumed on a Drinking Day

Age Group n

1 Drink 95% CI

2-3 Drinks % 95% CI

Men 4-5 Drinks % 95% CI

6+ Drinks 95% CI

Mean 95% CI

1 Drink 95% CI

2-3 Drinks % 95% CI

Women 4-5 Drinks % 95% CI

6+ Drinks % 95% CI

Mean 95% CI

Number of Standard Drinks Consumed on a Drinking Day


Age Group n % 1 Drink 95% CI 2-3 Drinks 95% CI Both Sexes 4-5 Drinks % 95% CI 6+ Drinks 95% CI Mean 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

A1, A3 Anumdrinkperday (unweighted), AnumdrinkperdayWT (weighted) Reports the average number of drinks consumed by drinkers per day. To be included in the output table, respondents must have correctly answered A1 and A3 (CLN=1), and have consumed alcohol in the past 12 months (A1=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
A1CLN A3CLN CLN C Checks for valid response to A1 Checks for valid response to A3 Indicates if A1 and A3 are clean and the record is valid Output table values. 1 2 1 2 1 2 "1" "2-3" "4-5" "6+" A1=1 OR A1=2 ELSE A3(.) AND A30 AND A350 ELSE A1CLN=1 AND A3CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE A3=1 A3=2 OR A3=3 A3=4 OR A3=5 A3>5 AND A350

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Heavy drinking

Description: frequency and quantity of drinks consumed by current drinkers in the last 7 days grouped into three categories. Instrument question: A5(a-g): During each of the past 7 days, how many standard drinks of any alcoholic drink did you have each day?
Frequency and quantity of drinks consumed in the last 7 days

Age Group

Drank on 4+ Days % 95% CI

Men 5+ drinks on any day % 95% CI

5+ drinks on any day % 95% CI

Drank on 4+ Days % 95% CI

Women 5+ drinks on any day % 95% CI

5+ drinks on any day % 95% CI

Frequency and quantity of drinks consumed in the last 7 days


Age Group Drank on 4+ Days % 95% CI Both Sexes 5+ drinks on any day % 95% CI 5+ drinks on any day % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Modified Variables

Created Variables

A1, A4, A5(a-g) Aheavydrinking (unweighted), AheavydrinkingWT (weighted) Reports the frequency and number of drinks consumed in the last seven days by current drinkers. To be included in the output table, respondents must have correctly answered A1, A4, and A5(a-g) (CLN=1), and have consumed alcohol in past 30 days (A4=1). Before any new variables are created, A5a through A5g are modified in the following manner: Any days with an empty response or missing code response (e.g. 77) are replaced with a 0 IF at least one day has a non-missing/non-empty response. These changes are only saved to the temporary dataset used for analysis, the actual dataset is left unchanged. Name Purpose Values Condition
A1CLN A4CLN Checks for valid response to A1 Checks for valid response to A4 1 2 1 A1=1 OR A1=2 ELSE A1=1 AND (A4=1 OR A4=2) OR A1=2 AND A41 ELSE (A5a=(.) OR A5a77) AND (A5b=(.) OR A5b77) AND (A5c=(.) OR A5c77) AND (A5d=(.) OR A5d77) AND (A5e=(.) OR A5e77) AND (A5f=(.) OR A5f77) AND (A5g=(.) OR A5g77) ELSE

2 Allmissing Checks if all A5(a-g) responses are missing. If its value is 2, missing variables for A5(1-g) are reset to 0 so that partial responses can be included in the analysis. 1

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A5CLN

CLN

Cleans A5(a-g) using a cut-off of 50 drinks/day as a maximum number of drinks/day. If any values are missing, A5CLN will be 2. Indicates if A1, A4 and A5 are clean and the record is valid.

1 2 1 2

A5a<51 AND A5b<51 AND A5c<51 AND A5d<51 AND A5e<51 AND A5f<51 AND A5g<51 ELSE A1CLN=1 and A4CLN=1 AND A5CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

A5aCount A5bCount A5cCount A5dCount A5eCount A5fCount A5gCount Days

Check if alcohol consumed on each day, A5(a-g)

1 0

For each variable: A5(a-g) > 0 AND A5(a-g)<51 ELSE

Checks if alcohol consumed on 4+ days

menDrinks

Checks if 5+ drinks consumed on 1 day

menDrinksWeek

Checks if 20+ drinks consumed over week

femDrinks

Checks if 4+ drinks consumed on 1 day

femDrinksWeek

Checks if 15+ drinks consumed over week

"drank on 4 or more days" "drank on less than 4 days" "5 or more drinks on at least one day" "no days with more than 5 drinks" "20 or more drinks total all week" "less than 20 drinks total all week" "4 or more drinks on at least one day" "no days with more than 4 drinks" "15 or more drinks total all week" "less than 15 drinks total all week"

(A5aCount +A5bCount + A5cCount +A5dCount + A5eCount + A5fCount + A5gCount)>3 ELSE A5a>4 OR A5b>4 OR A5c>4 OR A5d>4 OR A5e>4 OR A5f>4 OR A5g>4 ELSE (A5a + A5b + A5c + A5d + A5e + A5f + A5g)>20 ELSE A5a>3 OR A5b>3 OR A5c>3 OR A5d>3 OR A5e>3 OR A5f>3 OR A5g>3 ELSE (A5a + A5b + A5c + A5d + A5e + A5f + A5g)>15 ELSE

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Hazardous and harmful drinking

Description: Percentage of current drinkers engaging in hazardous or harmful drinking in the last 7 days. Instrument question: A5a-g: During each of the past 7 days, how many standard drinks of any alcoholic drink did you have each day?
Hazardous and harmful drinking in the last 7 days
Age Group n Harmful Drinking 95% % CI Men Hazardous Drinking % 95% CI <40g pure alcohol per day % 95% CI n % Harmful Drinking 95% CI Women Hazardous Drinking % 95% CI <20g pure alcohol per day % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Modified Variables

Created Variables

A1, A4, A5(a-g) Aharmful (unweighted), AharmfulWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of current drinkers engaging in hazardous or harmful drinking in the last 7 days. To be included in the output table, respondents must have correctly answered A1, A4, and A5(a-g) (CLN=1), and be a current drinker (A4=1). Before any new variables are created, A5a through A5g are modified in the following manner: Any days with an empty response or missing code response (e.g. 77) are replaced with a 0 IF at least one day has a non-missing/non-empty response. These changes are only saved to the temporary dataset used for analysis, the actual dataset is left unchanged. Name Purpose Values Condition
A1CLN A4CLN Checks for valid response to A1 Checks for valid response to A4 1 2 1 A1=1 OR A1=2 ELSE A1=1 AND (A4=1 OR A4=2) OR A1=2 AND (A4=(.) OR A4=2) ELSE (A5a=(.) OR A5a77) AND (A5b=(.) OR A5b77) AND (A5c=(.) OR A5c77) AND (A5d=(.) OR A5d77) AND (A5e=(.) OR A5e77) AND (A5f=(.) OR A5f77) AND (A5g=(.) OR A5g77) ELSE A1=1 OR A1=2 ELSE

Allmissing

Checks if all A5(a-g) responses are missing. If its value is 2, missing variables for A5(1-g) are reset to 0 so that partial responses can be included in the analysis (as described in the "Modified Variables" section above). Checks for valid response to A1

2 1

2 1 2

A1CLN

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A4CLN

Checks for valid response to A4

2 A5CLN Checks for valid response to A5(a-g) using a cut-off of 50 drinks/day. 1

A1=1 AND (A4=1 OR A4=2) OR A1=2 AND (A4=(.) OR A4=2) ELSE A5a<51 AND A5b<51 AND A5c<51 AND A5d<51 AND A5e<51 AND A5f<51 AND A5g<51 ELSE A1CLN=1 and A4CLN=1 AND A5CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

2 CLN Indicates if A1, A4, and A5 (a-g) are all clean and the record is valid 1 2 (A5a + A5b+ A5c+ A5d+ A5e+ A5f+ A5g)/7 ">=6 drinks on average per day (harmful)" ">=4 and <6 drinks on average per day (hazardous)" "<4 drinks on average per day" ">=4 drinks on average per day (harmful)" ">=2 and <4 drinks on average per day (hazardous)" "<2 drinks on average per day"

NumDrinkperday Average number of drinks per day in the last 7 days. C Output table values for Men

NumDrinkperday6

NumDrinkperday4 AND NumDrinkperday<6

NumDrinkperday<4 NumDrinkperday4

Output table values for Women

NumDrinkperday2 AND NumDrinkperday<4

NumDrinkperday<2

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Largest Description: Largest number of drinks consumed by drinkers during a single occasion in the last 12 months. number of drinks in last 12 Instrument question: months A6: In the past 12 months what was the largest number of drinks you had on a single occasion, counting all types of standard

drinks together?
Mean Maximum Number of Drinks Consumed on One Occasion in the Last 12 Months
Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

A1, A6 Alargestnum (unweighted), AlargestnumWT (weighted) Reports the largest number of drinks consumed on a single occasion in the past 12 months. To be included in the output table, respondents must have correctly answered A1 and A6 (CLN=1), and have consumed alcohol in past 12 months (A1=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
A1CLN A6CLN CLN Checks for valid response to A1 Checks for valid response to A6 using a cut-off of 50 drinks Indicates if A1 and A6 are clean and the record is valid 1 2 1 2 1 2 A1=1 OR A1=2 ELSE A6(.) AND A650 ELSE A1CLN=1 and A6CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Male Binge Drinking

Description: Mean number of occasions where male drinker drank five or more drinks during a single occasion. Instrument question: A7: In the past 12 months, on how many days did you have five or more standard drinks in a single day?
Five or More Drinks on a Single Occasion
Age Group n Men # Days 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

A1, A7 Abingemen (unweighted), AbingemenWT (weighted) Reports the frequency of binge drinking over the past year among male drinkers. To be included in the output table, respondents must have correctly answered A1and A7 (CLN=1), and have consumed alcohol in past 12 months (A1=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
A1CLN A7CLN CLN Checks for valid response to A1 Checks for valid response to A7 Indicates if A1 and A7 are clean and the record is valid 1 2 1 2 1 2 A1=1 OR A1=2 ELSE A7(.) AND A7365 ELSE A1CLN=1 and A7CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Female Binge Drinking

Description: Mean number of occasions where female drinker drank four or more drinks during a single occasion. Instrument question: A8: In the past 12 months, on how many days did you have four or more standard drinks in a single day?
Four or More Drinks on a Single Occasion
Age Group n Men # Days 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

A1, A8 Abingewomen (unweighted), AbingewomenWT (weighted) Reports the frequency of binge drinking over the past year among female drinkers. To be included in the output table, respondents must have correctly answered A1and A7 (CLN=1), and have consumed alcohol in past 12 months (A1=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
A1CLN A7CLN CLN Checks for valid response to A1 Checks for valid response to A8 Indicates if A1 and A8 are clean and the record is valid 1 2 1 2 1 2 A1=1 OR A1=2 ELSE A8(.) AND A8365 ELSE A1CLN=1 and A8CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

Fruit and vegetable consumption

Description: Mean number of days fruit and vegetables (separately) are consumed. Instrument questions: D1: In a typical week, on how many days do your eat fruit? D2: How many servings of fruit do you eat each on one of those days? D3: In a typical week, on how many days do your eat vegetables? D4: How many servings of vegetables do you eat each on one of those days?
Mean Number of Days Fruit Consumed in a Typical Week
Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Mean Number of Days Vegetables Consumed in a Typical Week


Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Modified Variables

D1, D2, D3, D4 Ddays (unweighted), DdaysWT (weighted) Reports the mean number of days fruit and vegetables (separately) were consumed. To be included in the first output table, respondents must have correctly answered D1 and D2 (FruitCLN=1). To be included in the second output table, respondents must have correctly answered D3 and D4 (VegCLN=1). Before any new variables are created, D2 and D4 are modified using the following logical tests. These changes are only saved to the temporary dataset used for analysis, the actual dataset is left unchanged. Variable New Value Condition
D2 0 (.) D2 (D1=0 AND (D2=(.) OR D2>20)) (D11 AND D17 AND D2>20) ELSE

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D4

0 (.) D4

(D3=0 AND (D4=(.) OR D4>20)) (D31 AND D37 AND D4>20) ELSE

Created Variables

Name
D1CLN D2CLN D3CLN D4CLN FruitCLN VegCLN

Purpose
Checks for valid response to D1 Checks for valid response to D2 Checks for valid response to D3 Checks for valid response to D4

Values
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2

Condition
D1(.) AND D17 ELSE (D1CLN=1 AND D1>0 AND D2>0) OR (D1=0 AND D2=0) ELSE D3(.) AND D37 ELSE (D3CLN=1 AND D3>0 AND D>0) OR (D3=0 AND D4=0) ELSE D1CLN=1 AND D2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE D3CLN=1 AND D4CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Fruit and vegetable consumption

Description: Mean number of fruit, vegetable, and combined fruit and vegetable servings per day on days consumed. Instrument questions: D1: In a typical week, on how many days do your eat fruit? D2: How many servings of fruit do you eat each on one of those days? D3: In a typical week, on how many days do your eat vegetables? D4: How many servings of vegetables do you eat each on one of those days?
Mean Number of Servings of Fruit Consumed on Average per Day
Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Mean Number of Servings of Vegetables Consumed on Average per Day


Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Mean Number of Days Fruit and/or Vegetables Consumed in a Typical Week


Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Modified Variables

D1, D2, D3, D4 Dservings (unweighted), DservingsWT (weighted) Reports the mean number of servings of fruit and/or vegetables (separately and combined) consumed. To be included in the first two output tables, respondents must have correctly answered D1 and D2 (FruitCLN=1) and D3 and D4 (VegCLN=1), respectively. To be included in the last output table, respondents must have correctly answered either D1 and D2 or D3 and D4 or all questions, D1 through D4, correctly (fvCLN=1). Before any new variables are created, D2 and D4 are modified using the following logical tests. These changes are only saved to the temporary dataset used for analysis, the actual dataset is left unchanged. Variable New Value Condition
D2 0 (.) D2 (D1=0 AND (D2=(.) OR D2>20)) (D11 AND D17 AND D2>20) ELSE

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D4

0 (.) D4

(D3=0 AND (D4=(.) OR D4>20)) (D31 AND D37 AND D4>20) ELSE

Created Variables

Name
D1CLN D2CLN

Purpose
Checks for valid response to D1 Checks for valid response to D2

Values
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 (D1*D2)/7 (.) (D3*D4)/7 (.) (D1*D2)/7 + (D3*D4)/7 (D1*D2)/7 (D3*D4)/7 1 2

Condition
D1(.) AND D17 ELSE (D1CLN=1 AND D1>0 AND D2>0) OR (D1=0 AND D2=0) ELSE D3(.) AND D37 ELSE (D3CLN=1 AND D3>0 AND D4>0) OR (D3=0 AND D4=0) ELSE D1CLN=1 AND D2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE D3CLN=1 AND D4CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE FruitCLN=1 ELSE VegCLN=1 ELSE FruitCLN=1 AND VegCLN=1 FruitCLN=1 AND VegCLN=2 FruitCLN=2 AND VegCLN=1 (FruitCLN=1 OR VegCLN=1) AND Valid=1 ELSE

D3CLN D4CLN

Checks for valid response to D3 Checks for valid response to D4

FruitCLN VegCLN fservings vservings fvservings

Checks that D1 and D2 are clean and record is valid Checks that D3 and D4 are clean and record is valid Mean number of servings of fruit per day Mean number of servings of vegetables per day If both fruit and vegetable responses are valid, set to combined number of servings, otherwise set to only fruit or only vegetables, depending on which is valid, if any. Indicates that response for fruit and/or vegetable consumption is valid

fvCLN

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Five or more combined fruit and vegetables per day

Description: Frequency of fruit and/or vegetable consumption. Instrument questions: D1: In a typical week, on how many days do your eat fruit? D2: How many servings of fruit do you eat each on one of those days? D3: In a typical week, on how many days do your eat vegetables? D4: How many servings of vegetables do you eat each on one of those days?
Servings of Fruit and/or Vegetables on Average per Day
Men 1-2 3-4 <5 95% 95% 95% % % % CI CI CI Women 1-2 3-4 <5 5+ 95% 95% 95% 95% % % % % CI CI CI CI Both Sexes 0 1-2 3-4 <5 5+ 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% % % % % % n CI CI CI CI CI

Age Group

0 95% % n CI

5+ 95% % CI

0 95% % CI

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Modified Variables

D1, D2, D3, D4 Dfiveormore (unweighted), DfiveormoreWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of respondents who ate on average 0, 1-2, 3-4, <5, or 5+ servings of fruit and/or vegetables. To be included in all the output tables, respondents must have correctly answered either D1 and D2 or D3 and D4 or all questions, D1 through D4, correctly (CLN=1). Before any new variables are created, D2 and D4 are modified using the following logical tests. These changes are only saved to the temporary dataset used for analysis, the actual dataset is left unchanged. Variable New Value Condition
D2 0 (.) D2 0 (.) D4 (D1=0 AND (D2=(.) OR D2>20)) (D11 AND D17 AND D2>20) ELSE (D3=0 AND (D4=(.) OR D4>20)) (D31 AND D37 AND D4>20) ELSE

D4

Created Variables

Name
D1CLN D2CLN

Purpose
Checks for valid response to D1 Checks for valid response to D2

Values
1 2 1

Condition
D1(.) AND D17 ELSE (D1CLN=1 AND D1>0 AND D2>0) OR (D1=0 AND D2=0) ELSE

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D3CLN D4CLN

Checks for valid response to D3 Checks for valid response to D4

1 2 1

FruitCLN VegCLN amount

Checks that D1 and D2 are clean and record is valid Checks that D3 and D4 are clean and record is valid If both fruit and vegetable responses are valid, set to combined number of servings, otherwise set to only fruit or only vegetables, depending on which is valid, if any. Output table values

2 1 2 1 2 (D1*D2)/7 + (D3*D4)/7 (D1*D2)/7 (D3*D4)/7

D3(.) AND D37 ELSE (D3CLN=1 AND D3>0 AND D4>0) OR (D3=0 AND D4=0) ELSE D1CLN=1 AND D2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE D3CLN=1 AND D4CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE FruitCLN=1 AND VegCLN=1 FruitCLN=1 AND VegCLN=2 FruitCLN=2 AND VegCLN=1

Output table values

CLN

Indicates that response for fruit and/or vegetable consumption is valid

"5 or more servings of fruit/veg on avg per day" "<5 servings of fruit/veg on avg per day" "0 servings of fruit/veg per day" "1-2 servings of fruit/veg on avg per day" "3-4 servings of fruit/veg on avg per day" "5 or more servings of fruit/veg on avg per day" 1 2

amount5 ELSE amount<1 amount1 AND amount<3 amount3 AND amount<5 amount5 (FruitCLN=1 OR VegCLN=1) AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Type of oils used most frequently

Description: type of oil or fat most often used for meal preparation in households (presented only for both sexes because results are for the household not individuals). Instrument question: What type of oil or fat is most often used for meal preparation in your household?
Type of Oil or Fat Most Often Used for Meal Preparation in Household
Age Group Vegetable oil % 95% CI % Lard 95% CI % Butter 95% CI Margarine % 95% CI % None used 95% CI % other 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

D5 Doil (unweighted), DoilWT (weighted) Reports the type of oil or fat most often used for meal preparation in the household. To be included in the output table, respondents must have correctly answered D5 correctly (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
D5CLN Checks for valid response to D5 1 2 1 2 D5(.) AND D577 AND D588 AND D599 AND D57 ELSE D5CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

CLN C

Ensures record is valid and D5CLN=1 Labels for output table. Response options for D5 are simply recoded to the output text.

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Physical Activity

Introduction

In all physical activity programs, the physical activity responses (P1-P15) are first cleaned using the CleanRecode programs described below. All physical activity programs, with the exception of Psedentary, call all the CleanRecode programs except CleanRecodeP16. This cleaning program is only called by the Psedentary programs. A CleanRecode program exists for each subset of physical activity questions. These are: CleanRecode P1-P3, CleanRecode P4-P6, CleanRecode P7-P9, CleanRecode P10-P12, CleanRecode P13-P15, and CleanRecode P16. The first 5 of these programs are identical with the only exception being that the question numbers are changed. CleanRecode P1-P3 is described in the following table. This same description applies to CleanRecode P4-P6, CleanRecode P7-P9, CleanRecode P10-P12, and CleanRecode P13-P15. Since the program CleanRecode P16 differs from the other 5 CleanRecode programs, its description is provided in the second table below.
P1, P2, P3a, P3b Before checking for valid responses to P1 through P3a&b, P3a and P3b are checked for possible data entry errors (i.e. minutes entered where hours are expected). To have a "clean" response, respondents must have answered all 3 questions correctly and consistently (P1t3CLN=1). Before any new variables are created, P3a and P3b are modified using the following logical tests. To summarize, these tests try to correct obvious data entry errors where minute values of 15, 30, 45, or 60 were entered as hour values in P3a. These changes are only saved to the temporary dataset used for analysis, the actual dataset is left unchanged. Condition New P3a Value New P3b Value P3a=15 AND (P3b=(.) OR P3b=0 OR P3b=15 OR P3b=77 OR P3b=88 OR P3b=99) 0 15 P3a=30 AND (P3b=(.) OR P3b=0 OR P3b=30 OR P3b=77 OR P3b=88 OR P3b=99) 0 30 P3a=45 AND (P3b=(.) OR P3b=0 OR P3b=45 OR P3b=77 OR P3b=88 OR P3b=99) 0 45 P3a=60 AND (P3b=(.) OR P3b=0 OR P3b=60 OR P3b=77 OR P3b=88 OR P3b=99) 1 0 (P3a=7 AND P3b=77) OR (P3a=8 AND P3b=88) OR (P3a=9 AND P3b=99) 0 0 P3a=77 OR P3a=88 OR P3a=99 0 (leave as is) P3b=77 OR P3b=88 OR P3b=99 (leave as is) 0

CleanRecode Programs

CleanRecode P1-P3 Questions Used General Information

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Created Variables

Name P3amin P3bmin P3 P2CLN

Purpose Computes min value for P3a. Set equal to P3b, with 0's replacing missing values. Total time in mins. Checks for a valid response to P2

Value 0 P3a*60 0 P3b P3amin+P3bmin 1

Condition P3a=(.) ELSE P3b=(.) ELSE P1=1 AND P2>0 AND P2<8 OR P1=2 AND (P2=0 OR P2=(.) OR P2=99) ELSE P2CLN=1 AND P2>0 AND P2<8 AND P3>9 AND P3<961 OR P2CLN=1 AND (P2=0 OR P2=(.) OR P2=99) AND P3=0 ELSE P3CLN=1 AND Valid=1 OR P1=(.) AND (P2=0 OR P2=(.) OR P2=99) AND P3=0 AND Valid=1 ELSE

P3CLN

Checks for a valid response to P3: P2 must have a valid response with no. of days = 1 through 7, and P3 must be at least 10 mins. and at most 960 mins. (max. of 16 hrs. per day) Checks for valid response to P1 through P3a&b. Allows for respondents to skip entire section but a check in the physical activity programs that use these cleaning programs ensures that at least one section of all physical activity sections has a response.

2 1

P1t3CLN

2 1

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CleanRecode P16 Questions Used General Information Modified Variables

Created Variables

P16a, P16b Responses are first checked for possible data entry errors (i.e. minutes entered where hours are expected). To have a "clean" response, respondents must have given a valid response to P16 (P16CLN=1). Before any new variables are created, P16a and P16b are modified using the following logical tests. To summarize, these tests try to correct obvious data entry errors where minute values of 15, 30, 45, or 60 were entered as hour values in P16a. These changes are only saved to the temporary dataset used for analysis, the actual dataset is left unchanged. Condition New P16a Value New P16b Value P16a=15 AND (P16b=(.) OR P16b=0 OR P16b=15 OR P16b=77 OR P16b=88 OR 0 15 P16b=99) P16a=30 AND (P16b=(.) OR P16b=0 OR P16b=30 OR P16b=77 OR P16b=88 OR 0 30 P16b=99) P16a=45 AND (P16b=(.) OR P16b=0 OR P16b=45 OR P16b=77 OR P16b=88 OR 0 45 P16b=99) P16a=60 AND (P16b=(.) OR P16b=0 OR P16b=60 OR P16b=77 OR P16b=88 OR 1 0 P16b=99) (P16a=7 AND P16b=77) OR (P16a=8 AND P16b=88) OR (P16a=9 AND P16b=99) 0 0 P16a=77 OR P16a=88 OR P16a=99 0 (leave as is) P16b=77 OR P16b=88 OR P16b=99 (leave as is) 0 Name Purpose Value Condition P16amin Computes min value for P16a 0 P16a=(.) P16a*60 ELSE P16bmin Set equal to P16b, with 0's replacing 0 P16b=(.) missing values P16b ELSE P16 Total time in mins P16amin+P16bmin P16CLN Checks for a valid response to P16 (can 1 P16<1441 AND Valid=1 be from 0 mins. to 1440 mins. (24 hrs.)) 2 ELSE

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Levels of total physical activity

Description: Percentage of respondents classified into three categories of total physical activity. Instrument questions: P1-P6a&b: activity at work P7-P9&b: travel to and from places P10-P15a&b: recreational activities
Levels of Physical Activity

Age Group

Low % 95% CI

Men Moderate % 95% CI

High % 95% CI

Low % 95% CI

Women Moderate % 95% CI

High 95% CI

Low 95% CI

Both Sexes Moderate % 95% CI

High 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

P1-P15a&b Ptotallevels (unweighted), Ptotallevels WT (weighted) Places each respondent into one of 3 categories of physical activity. Before any of the below variables are created all relevant CleanRecode programs are called. To be included in the output, the respondent must have either left blank or given a valid response to each subset of the physical activity questions AND have given a valid response to at least one subset of the physical activity questions (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
P1t3 P4t6 P7t9 P10t12 MET value of vigorous work activity per week MET value of moderate work activity per week MET value of transport activity per week MET value of vigorous recreational activity per week MET value of moderate recreational activity per week Sum of all activity per week P2*P3*8 (.) P5*P6*4 (.) P8*P9*4 (.) P11*P12*8 P1t3CLN=1 ELSE P4t6CLN=1 ELSE P7t9CLN=1 ELSE P10t12CLN=1

P13t15 Ptotal

(.) ELSE P14*P15*4 P13t15CLN=1 (.) ELSE p1t3+p4t6+p7t9+p10t12+p13t15

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CLN

Checks to see if all physical activity responses, as a combined set, are valid: all subsets of responses must be clean and at least one subset of responses must have a response (not missing) Output table values: places respondents into 1 of 3 physical activity categories; the checks proceed in the order presented here, thus, for example, if person does not meet "High" requirements, C will still be missing and thus C=(.) will be true for the checks for the "Medium" category.

2 "3) High level"

"2) Moderate level"

"1) Low level"

Valid=1 AND P1t3CLN=1 AND P4t6CLN=1 AND P7t9CLN=1 AND P10t12CLN=1 AND P13t15CLN=1 AND P1(.) OR P4(.) OR P7(.) OR P10(.) OR P13(.) ELSE (P2+P5+P8+P11+P14)>6 AND Ptotal3000 OR (P2+P11)>2 AND Ptotal1500 C=(.) AND (P2+P5+P8+P11+P14)5 AND Ptotal600 OR C=(.) AND ((P2+P11)=3 OR (P2+P11)=4) AND P1220 AND P320 OR C=(.) AND P23 AND P113 AND (P1220 OR P320) OR C=(.) AND ((P23 AND P11<3 AND P320) OR (P113 AND P2<3 AND P1220)) OR C=(.) AND (P5+P8+P14)5 AND ((p5*P6)+(p8*P9)+(P14*P15))150 C=(.)

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Total physical activity- mean / median

Description: Mean / median time of total physical activity on average per day. Instrument questions P1-P6a&b: activity at work P7-P9&b: travel to and from places P10-P15a&b: recreational activities
Mean/Median Mins. of Physical Activity on Average Per Day
Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

P1-P15a&b Ptotal (unweighted mean & median values), Ptotal WT (weighted mean values), PtotalmedianWT (weighted median values) Reports the mean or median amount of physical activity per day in minutes. Before any of the below variables are created all relevant CleanRecode programs are called. To be included in the output, the respondent must have either left blank or given a valid response to each subset of the physical activity questions AND have given a valid response to at least one subset of the physical activity questions (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
P1t3 P4t6 P7t9 P10t12 Vigorous work activity in minutes per week Moderate work activity in minutes per week Transport activity in minutes per week Vigorous recreational activity in minutes per week Moderate recreational activity in minutes per week Sum of all activity per week divided by 7 to get avg. per day P2*P3 (.) P5*P6 (.) P8*P9 (.) P11*P12 (.) P14*P15 (.) (p1t3+p4t6+p7t9+p10t12+p13t15)/7 P1t3CLN=1 ELSE P4t6CLN=1 ELSE P7t9CLN=1 ELSE P10t12CLN=1 ELSE P13t15CLN=1 ELSE

P13t15 Ptotalday

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CLN

Checks to see if all physical activity responses, as a combined set, are valid: all subsets of responses must be clean and at least one subset of responses must have a response (not missing)

Valid=1 AND P1t3CLN=1 AND P4t6CLN=1 AND P7t9CLN=1 AND P10t12CLN=1 AND P13t15CLN=1 AND P1(.) OR P4(.) OR P7(.) OR P10(.) OR P13(.) ELSE

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Setting-specific physical activity- mean / median

Description: Mean / median number of minutes spent on average per day in minutes, in work-, transport- and recreation-related physical activity. Instrument questions P1-P6a&b: activity at work P7-P9&b: travel to and from places P10-P15a&b: recreational activities
Mean/Median Mins. of Work-Related Physical Activity on Average Per Day
Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Mean/Median Mins. of Transport-Related Physical Activity on Average Per Day


Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Mean/Median Mins. of Recreation-Related Physical Activity on Average Per Day


Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

P1-P15a&b Psetspecific (unweighted mean & median values), PsetspecificWT (weighted mean values), PsetspecificmedianWT (weighted median values) Reports the mean or median amount of physical activity in minutes. Before any of the below variables are created all relevant CleanRecode programs are called. To be included in the output, the respondent must have either left blank or given a valid response to each subset of the physical activity questions AND have given a valid response to at least one subset of the physical activity questions (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
P1t3 P4t6 Vigorous work activity in minutes per week Moderate work activity in minutes per week P2*P3 (.) P5*P6 (.) P1t3CLN=1 ELSE P4t6CLN=1 ELSE

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P7t9 P10t12

Transport activity in minutes per week Vigorous recreational activity in minutes per week

P8*P9 (.) P11*P12 (.) P14*P15 (.) (p1t3+p4t6)/7 p7t9/7 (p10t12+p13t15)/7 1

P7t9CLN=1 ELSE P10t12CLN=1 ELSE P13t15CLN=1 ELSE

P13t15

Moderate recreational activity in minutes per week Pworkday Average work-related activity per day Ptravelday Average transport-related activity per day Precday Average recreation-related activity per day CLN Checks to see if all physical activity responses, as a combined set, are valid: all subsets of responses must be clean and at least one subset of responses must have a response (not missing)

Valid=1 AND P1t3CLN=1 AND P4t6CLN=1 AND P7t9CLN=1 AND P10t12CLN=1 AND P13t15CLN=1 AND P1(.) OR P4(.) OR P7(.) OR P10(.) OR P13(.) ELSE

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No physical activity by setting

Description: Percentage of respondents classified as doing no work-, transport-, or recreation-related physical activity. Instrument questions P1-P6a&b: activity at work P7-P9&b: travel to and from places P10-P15a&b: recreational activities
No Work-Related Physical Activity
Age Group Men n % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

No Transport-Related Physical Activity


Age Group Men n % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

No Recreation-Related Physical Activity


Age Group Men n % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

P1-P15a&b Pnoactivitybyset (unweighted), PnoactivitybysetWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of respondents who reported no work-, transport-, or recreation-related physical activity. Before any of the below variables are created all relevant CleanRecode programs are called. To be included in the output, the respondent must have either left blank or given a valid response to each subset of the physical activity questions AND have given a valid response to at least one subset of the physical activity questions (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
Work Indicates whether or not respondent did any workrelated activity Indicates whether or not respondent did any transport-related activity "did work activity" "did no work activity" "did transport activity" "did no transport activity" P1=1 OR P4=1 ELSE P7=1 ELSE

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Rec

CLN

Indicates whether or not respondent did any recreation-related activity Checks to see if all physical activity responses, as a combined set, are valid: all subsets of responses must be clean and at least one subset of responses must have a response (not missing)

"did recreation activity" "did no recreation activity" 1

P10=1 OR P13=1 ELSE Valid=1 AND P1t3CLN=1 AND P4t6CLN=1 AND P7t9CLN=1 AND P10t12CLN=1 AND P13t15CLN=1 AND P1(.) OR P4(.) OR P7(.) OR P10(.) OR P13(.) ELSE

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Composition of total physical activity

Description: Percentage of total physical activity on average per day that comes from each of the 3 types of activity: work-, transport-, or recreation-related. Instrument questions P1-P6a&b: activity at work P7-P9&b: travel to and from places P10-P15a&b: recreational activities
Composition of Total Physical Activity

Age Group

Work % 95% CI

Men Transport % 95% CI

Recreation % 95% CI

Work % 95% CI

Women Transport % 95% CI

Recreation % 95% CI

Work % 95% CI

Both Sexes Transport % 95% CI

Recreation % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

P1-P15a&b Pcomposition (unweighted), PcompositionWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of activity that comes from each of the three types of activity (work, transport, or recreation). Before any of the below variables are created all relevant CleanRecode programs are called. To be included in the output, the respondent must have either left blank or given a valid response to each subset of the physical activity questions AND have given a valid response to at least one subset of the physical activity questions (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
P1t3 Vigorous work activity in minutes per week Moderate work activity in minutes per week Transport activity in minutes per week Vigorous recreational activity in minutes per week P2*P3 (.) P5*P6 (.) P8*P9 (.) P11*P12 (.) P1t3CLN=1 ELSE P4t6CLN=1 ELSE P7t9CLN=1 ELSE P10t12CLN=1 ELSE

P4t6

P7t9 P10t12

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P13t15

Ptotal PercentWork

PercentTrans

PercentRec

CLN

Moderate recreational activity in minutes per week Sum of all activity per week Percent of all activity from workrelated activities Percent of all activity from transportationrelated activities Percent of all activity from recreational activities Checks to see if all physical activity responses, as a combined set, are valid: all subsets of responses must be clean and at least one subset of responses must have a response (not missing)

P14*P15 (.) p1t3+p4t6+p7t9+p10t12+p13t1 5 (p1t3+p4t6)/Ptotal*100

P13t15CLN=1 ELSE

p7t9/Ptotal*100

(p10t12+p13t15)/Ptotal*100

Valid=1 AND P1t3CLN=1 AND P4t6CLN=1 AND P7t9CLN=1 AND P10t12CLN=1 AND P13t15CLN=1 AND P1(.) OR P4(.) OR P7(.) OR P10(.) OR P13(.) ELSE

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No vigorous physical activity

Description: Percentage of respondents not engaging in vigorous physical activity. Instrument questions P1-P6a&b: activity at work P7-P9&b: travel to and from places P10-P15a&b: recreational activities
No Vigorous Physical Activity
Age Group Men n % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

P1-P15a&b Pnovigorous (unweighted), PnovigorousWT (weighted values) Reports percentage of respondents who did no vigorous physical activity. Before any of the below variables are created all relevant CleanRecode programs are called. To be included in the output, the respondent must have either left blank or given a valid response to each subset of the physical activity questions AND have given a valid response to at least one subset of the physical activity questions (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
C Output table values "did vigorous physical activity" P1=1 OR P10=1 "did no vigorous physical ELSE activity" 1 Valid=1 AND P1t3CLN=1 AND P4t6CLN=1 AND P7t9CLN=1 AND P10t12CLN=1 AND P13t15CLN=1 AND P1(.) OR P4(.) OR P7(.) OR P10(.) OR P13(.) 2 ELSE

CLN

Checks to see if all physical activity responses, as a combined set, are valid: all subsets of responses must be clean and at least one subset of responses must have a response (not missing)

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Sedentary

Description: Minutes spent in sedentary activities on average per day. Instrument questions P16: sedentary behaviour
Mean/Median Minutes in Sedentary Activity on Average Per Day
Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

P16a&b Psedentary (unweighted mean & median values), PsedentaryWT (weighted mean values), PsedentarymedianWT (weighted median values) Reports the mean or median amount of sedentary activity in minutes. Before the variable below is created the CleanRecodeP16 program is called. To be included in the output, the respondent must have given a valid response to P16a and P16b. Note: P16CLN is created in CleanRecodeP16 from P16a and P16b. It contains the total sedentary time in mins. Name Purpose Values Condition
CLN Checks to see if the responses to P16a and P16b are clean and record is valid. 1 2 Valid=1 AND P16CLN=1 ELSE

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Blood Pressure and Diabetes History

Blood pressure diagnosis and treatment

Description: Raised blood pressure diagnosis and treatment results among all respondents. Instrument questions: H1: When was your blood pressure last measured by a health professional? H2: During the past 12 months have you been told by a doctor or other health worker that you have elevated blood pressure or hypertension? H3a: Are you currently receiving any of the following treatments/advice for high blood pressure prescribed by a doctor or other health worker? Drugs (medication) that you have taken in the last 2 weeks?
Raised Blood Pressure Diagnosed by Doctor or Health Worker in Last 12 Months
n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Age Group

Currently Taking Blood Pressure Drugs Prescribed by Doctor or Health Worker


n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

H1, H2, H3a Hraisedbpadvice (unweighted), HraisedbpadviceWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of respondents who have been diagnosed with raised blood pressure in the last 12 months and the percentage of respondents who are taking prescribed medication for raised blood pressure. To be included in the first output table, the respondent must have a valid response to both H1 and H2 (CLN=1). To be included in the second output table, the respondent must have a valid response to H3a (CLN2=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
H1CLN H2CLN Checks for valid response to H1 Checks for valid response to H2 Checks for valid response to H3a 1 2 1 2 1 2 H1=1 OR H1=2 OR H1=3 ELSE H2=1 OR H2=2 (H21 AND H22) OR ((H1=2 OR H1=3) AND H2=1) H3a=1 OR H3a=2 ELSE

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CLN CLN2 C D

Indicates that both H1 and H2 are clean and record is valid Indicates that H3a is clean and record is valid Output table values Output table values

1 2 1 2 "raised blood pressure diagnosed" "raised blood pressure not diagnosed" "currently taking medication" "not currently taking medication"

H1CLN=1 AND H2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE H3aCLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE H2=1 H2=2 H3a=1 H3a=2

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Blood pressure lifestyle advice

Description: Percentage of respondents who received lifestyle advice from a doctor or health worker to treat raised blood pressure. Instrument question: H3b-e: Are you currently receiving any of the following treatments/advice for high blood pressure prescribed by a doctor or other health worker?

Age Group

Advised by Doctor or Health Worker to Have a Special Prescribed Diet n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI n

Advised by Doctor or Health Worker to Lose Weight Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Advised By Doctor or Health worker to Stop Smoking Age Group n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Advised by Doctor or Health Worker to Start or Do More Exercise n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

H3b, H3c, H3d, H3e Hraisedbplifestyle (unweighted), HraisedbplifestyleWT (weighted)


Reports the percentage of respondents who have been given specific lifestyle advice to treat raised blood pressure. To be included the output tables, the respondent must have a valid response to the corresponding question (e.g. H3bCLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
H3bCLN H3cCLN H3dCLN H3eCLN B C D E Checks for valid response to H3b and that record is valid Checks for valid response to H3c and that record is valid Checks for valid response to H3d and that record is valid Checks for valid response to H3e and that record is valid Output table values Output table values Output table values Output table values 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 "advised to have special prescribed diet" "not advised to have special prescribed diet" "advised to lose weight" "not advised to lose weight" "advised to stop smoking" "not advised to stop smoking" "advised to exercise" "not advised to exercise" (H3b=1 OR H3b=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE (H3c=1 OR H3c=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE (H3d=1 OR H3d=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE (H3e=1 OR H3e=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE H3b=1 H3b=2 H3c=1 H3c=2 H3d=1 H3d=2 H3e=1 H3e=2

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Blood pressure advice from a traditional healer

Description: Percentage of respondents who have sought advice or received treatment from traditional healers for raised blood pressure. Instrument questions: H4: During the past 12 months have you seen a traditional healer for raised blood pressure? H5: Are you currently taking any herbal or traditional remedy for your high blood pressure?
Seen a Traditional Healer in the Last 12 Months Currently Taking Herbal or Traditional Remedy for High Blood Pressure
n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Age Group n

Men % 95% CI

Women % 95% CI

Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

H4, H5 Hraisedbptrad (unweighted), HraisedbptradWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of respondents who have sought advice or received treatment from traditional healers to treat raised blood pressure. To be included in each output table, the respondent must have a valid response to the corresponding question (i.e. H4CLN=1 for the first output table, H5CLN=1 for the second output table). Name Purpose Values Condition
H4CLN H5CLN C D Checks for valid response to H4 and that record is valid Checks for valid response to H5 and that record is valid Output table values Output table values 1 2 1 2 "has seen a traditional healer" "has not seen a traditional healer" "taking herbal/traditional remedy" "not taking herbal/traditional remedy" (H4=1 OR H4=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE (H5=1 OR H5=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE H4=1 H4=2 H5=1 H5=2

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Diabetes diagnosis and treatment

Description: Diabetes diagnosis and treatment results among all respondents. Instrument questions: H6: Have you had your blood sugar measured in the last 12 months? H7: During the past 12 months, have you ever been told by a doctor or other health worker that you have diabetes? H8a&b: Are you currently taking any of the following treatments/advice for diabetes prescribed by a doctor or other health worker? Insulin? Oral drug (medication) that you have taken in the last 2 weeks?
Diabetes Diagnosed by Doctor or Health Worker in Last 12 Months
n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Age Group

Currently Taking Insulin Prescribed for Diabetes by Doctor or Health Worker


n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Currently Taking Oral Drugs Prescribed for Diabetes by Doctor or Health Worker
Age Group Men n % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

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H6, H7, H8a, H8b Hdiabetes (unweighted), HdiabetesWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of respondents who have been diagnosed with diabetes in the last 12 months and the percentage of respondents who are taking insulin or oral drugs for diabetes. To be included in the first output table, the respondent must have a valid response to both H6 and H7 (CLN=1). To be included in the latter two output tables, the respondent must have a valid response to the corresponding question (i.e. H8aCLN=1 or H8bCLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
H6CLN H7CLN H8aCLN H8bCLN Checks for valid response to H6 Checks for valid response to H7 Checks for valid response to H8a Checks for valid response to H8b 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 H1=6 OR H6=2 ELSE H7=1 OR H7=2 (H71 AND H72) OR (H6=2 AND H7=1) H8a=1 OR H8a=2 ELSE H8b=1 OR H8b=2 ELSE

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CLN C D E

Indicates that both H6 and H7 are clean and record is valid Output table values Output table values Output table values

1 2 "diabetes diagnosed" "diabetes not diagnosed" "currently taking insulin" "not currently taking insulin " "currently taking oral drugs" "not currently taking oral drugs"

H6CLN=1 AND H7CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE H7=1 H7=2 H8a=1 H8a=2 H8b=1 H8b=2

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Diabetes lifestyle advice

Description: Percentage of respondents who received lifestyle advice from a doctor or health worker to diabetes. Instrument question: H8c-f: Are you currently receiving any of the following treatments/advice for diabetes prescribed by a doctor or other health worker?
Advised by Doctor or Health Worker to Have a Special Prescribed Diet n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI n Advised by Doctor or Health Worker to Lose Weight Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Age Group

Advised By Doctor or Health worker to Stop Smoking Age Group n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Advised by Doctor or Health Worker to Start or Do More Exercise n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

H8c, H8d, H8e, H8f Hdiabeteslifestyle (unweighted), HdiabeteslifestyleWT (weighted)


Reports the percentage of respondents who have been given specific lifestyle advice to treat diabetes. To be included in the output tables, the respondent must have a valid response to the corresponding question (e.g. H8bCLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
H8cCLN H8dCLN H8eCLN H8fCLN C D E F Checks for valid response to H8c and that record is valid Checks for valid response to H8d and that record is valid Checks for valid response to H8e and that record is valid Checks for valid response to H8f and that record is valid Output table values Output table values Output table values Output table values 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 "advised to have special prescribed diet" "not advised to have special prescribed diet" "advised to lose weight" "not advised to lose weight" "advised to stop smoking" "not advised to stop smoking" "advised to exercise" "not advised to exercise" (H8c=1 OR H8c=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE (H8d=1 OR H8d=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE (H8e=1 OR H8e=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE (H8f=1 OR H8f=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE H8c=1 H8c=2 H8d=1 H8d=2 H8e=1 H8e=2 H8f=1 H8f=2

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Diabetes advice by traditional healer

Description: Percentage of respondents who are have sought advice or treatment from traditional healers for diabetes. Instrument questions: H9: During the past 12 months have you seen a traditional healer for diabetes? H10: Are you currently taking any herbal or traditional remedy for your diabetes?
Counselling by Traditional Healer for Diabetes During Last 12 Months
n Men % 95% CI n Women % 95% CI n Both Sexes % 95% CI n

Current Herbal or Traditional Treatment for Diabetes


Men % 95% CI Women % 95% CI Both Sexes % 95% CI

Age Group

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

H9, H10 Hdiabetestrad (unweighted), HdiabetestradWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of respondents who have sought advice or received treatment from traditional healers to treat diabetes. To be included in each output table, the respondent must have a valid response to the corresponding question (i.e. H9CLN=1 for the first output table, H10CLN=1 for the second output table). Name Purpose Values Condition
H9CLN H10CLN C D Checks for valid response to H9 and that record is valid Checks for valid response to H10 and that record is valid Output table values Output table values 1 2 1 2 "has seen a traditional healer" "has not seen a traditional healer" "taking herbal/traditional remedy" "not taking herbal/traditional remedy" (H9=1 OR H9=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE (H10=1 OR H10=2) AND Valid=1 ELSE H4=1 H4=2 H5=1 H5=2

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Physical Measurements

Height, weight and BMI

Description: Mean height, weight, and body mass index among all respondent (excluding pregnant women for weight and BMI). Instrument questions: M3: Height M4: Weight
Age Group n Height (kg) Men # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI Weight (cm) Men Women # 95% CI n # 95% CI

BMI (kg/m2) Age Group n Men # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

M3, M4, M5 Mbmi (unweighted), MbmiWT (weighted) Reports the mean height, mean weight, and mean BMI of all respondents. To be included in each output table, the respondent must have a valid measurement to the corresponding question (i.e. M3CLN=1 for the first output table, M4CLN=1 for the second output table, and BMICLN=1 for the last output table). Name Purpose Values Condition
BMI M3CLN M4CLN Calculates BMI Checks for valid response to M3 Checks for valid response to M4 and ensures pregnant women are excluded from analysis Checks that both M3 and M4 have valid responses and ensures pregnant women are excluded from analysis (M4/(M3*M3))*10000 1 2 1 2 1 2 M340 AND M3300 AND Valid=1 ELSE M420 AND M3350 AND Valid=1 M4<20 OR M3>350 OR Valid=2 OR (C1=2 AND M5=1) M3CLN=1 AND M4CLN=1 M3CLN=2 OR M4CLN=2 OR (C1=2 AND M5=1) OR (BMI<16 BMI>60)

BMICLN

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BMI categories

Description: Percentage of respondents (excluding pregnant women) in each BMI category. Instrument questions: M3: Height M4: Weight
BMI
Men Normal weight: 18.5-24.9 % 95% CI Women Normal weight: Overweight: 18.5-24.9 25.0-29.9 % 95% CI % 95% CI

Age Group n

Underweight: <18.5 % 95% CI

Overweight: 25.0-29.9 % 95% CI

Obese: 30+ % 95% CI

Underweight: <18.5 % 95% CI

Obese: 30+ % 95% CI

BMI
Age Group n Underweight: <18.5 % 95% CI Both Sexes Normal weight: Overweight: 18.5-24.9 25.0-29.9 % 95% CI % 95% CI Obese: 30+ % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

M3, M4, M5 Mbmiclass (unweighted), MbmiclassWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of respondents in each BMI category. To be included in each output table, the respondent must have a valid measurement to all related questions (i.e. CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
BMI M3CLN M4CLN BMICLN Calculates BMI Checks for valid response to M3 Checks for valid response to M4 Checks that both M3 and M4 have valid responses and ensures pregnant women are excluded from analysis Output table values (M4/(M3*M3))*10000 1 2 1 2 1 2 "1) Underweight <18.5" "2) Normal weight 18.5-24.9" "3) Overweight 25-29.99" "4) Obese 30+" M340 AND M3300 AND Valid=1 ELSE M420 AND M3350 AND Valid=1 ELSE M3CLN=1 AND M4CLN=1 M3CLN=2 OR M4CLN=2 OR (C1=2 AND M5=1) OR (BMI<16 BMI>60) BMI<18.5 BMI18.5 AND BMI<25 BMI25 AND BMI<30 BMI30

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Output table values

"1) Underweight <18.5" "2) Normal weight 18.5-24.9" "3) Overweight 25+"

BMI<18.5 BMI18.5 AND BMI<25 BMI25

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Waist circumference

Description: Mean waist circumference among all respondents (excluding pregnant women). Instrument question: M7: Waist circumference
Waist Circumference
Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

M7, M5 Mwaist (unweighted), MwaistWT (weighted) Reports the mean waist circumference of all respondents, excluding pregnant women. To be included in the output table, the respondent must have a valid waist measurement, not be pregnant, and have a valid record (M7CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
M7CLN Checks for valid waist measurement and excludes pregnant women 1 2 M730 AND M7200 AND Valid=1 M7<30 OR M7>200 OR Valid=2 OR (C1=2 AND M5=1)

Hip circumference

Description: Mean hip circumference among all respondents (excluding pregnant women). Instrument question: M15: Hip circumference
Hip Circumference
Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

M5, M15 Mhip (unweighted), MhipWT (weighted) Reports the mean hip circumference of all respondents, excluding pregnant women. To be included in the output table, the respondent must have a valid waist measurement, not be pregnant, and have a valid record (M15CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
M15CLN Checks for valid hip measurement and excludes pregnant women 1 2 M1545 AND M15300 AND Valid=1 M15<45 OR M15>300 OR Valid=2 OR (C1=2 AND M5=1)

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Waist-to-hip ratio

Description: Mean waist-to-hip ratio among all respondents (excluding pregnant women). Instrument question: M7: Waist circumference M15: Hip circumference
Waist-to-Hip Ratio
Age Group Men n # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

M5, M7, M15 Mwaisttohipratio (unweighted), MwaisttohipratioWT (weighted) Reports the mean waist-to-hip ratio of all respondents, excluding pregnant women. To be included in the output table, the respondent must have a valid hip and waist circumference measurement, not be pregnant, and have a valid record (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
M7CLN Checks for valid waist measurement and excludes pregnant women Checks for valid hip measurement and excludes pregnant women Checks that both M7 and M15 have valid measurements 1 2 1 2 1 2 whratio Waist-to-hip ratio M7/M15 M730 AND M7200 AND Valid=1 M7<30 OR M7>200 OR Valid=2 OR (C1=2 AND M5=1) M1545 AND M15300 AND Valid=1 M15<45 OR M15>300 OR Valid=2 OR (C1=2 AND M5=1) M7CLN=1 AND M15CLN=1 AND Valid=1 M7CLN=2 OR M15CLN=2 OR Valid=2 OR (C1=1 AND M5=1)

M15CLN

CLN

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Blood pressure

Description: Mean blood pressure among all respondents, excluding those currently on medication for raised blood pressure. Instrument question: M11a&b-M13a&b:Reading 1-3 systolic and diastolic blood pressure M14: During the past 2 weeks, have you been treated for raised blood pressure with drugs (medication) prescribed by a doctor or other health worker?
Systolic Blood Pressure (mmHg) Diastolic Blood Pressure (mmHg) n Both Sexes # 95% CI n Men # 95% CI n Women # 95% CI n Both Sexes # 95% CI

Age Group n

Men # 95% CI

Women # 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

M11a, M11b, M12a, M12b, M13a, M13b, M14 Mbloodpressure (unweighted), MbloodpressureWT (weighted) Reports the mean systolic and diastolic blood pressure of all respondents, excluding those on medication (M14=1). To be included in the first output table, the respondent must have a valid systolic blood pressure reading (SBPCLN=1). To be included in the second output table, the respondent must have a valid diastolic blood pressure reading (DBPCLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
M11aCLN M12aCLN M13aCLN M11bCLN M12bCLN M13bCLN SBP Checks for valid SBP measurement Checks for valid SBP measurement Checks for valid SBP measurement Checks for valid DBP measurement Checks for valid DBP measurement Checks for valid DBP measurement Systolic blood pressure value calculated from mean of 2 readings, giving preference to the last 2 readings. 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 (M12a + M13a)/2 (M11a + M13a)/2 (M11a + M12a)/2 M11a40 AND M11a300 ELSE M12a40 AND M12a300 ELSE M13a40 AND M13a300 ELSE M11b30 AND M11b200 ELSE M12b30 AND M12b200 ELSE M13b30 AND M13b200 ELSE (M11aCLN=1 OR M11aCLN=2) AND M12aCLN=1 AND M13aCLN=1 M11aCLN=1 AND M12aCLN=2 AND M13aCLN=1 M11aCLN=1 AND M12aCLN=1 AND M13aCLN=2

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DBP

Diastolic blood pressure value calculated from mean of 2 readings, giving preference to the last 2 readings.

(M12b + M13b)/2 (M11b + M13b)/2 (M11b + M12b)/2

SBPCLN

Checks that there is a valid SBP measurement and excludes those on meds Checks that there is a valid DBP measurement and excludes those on meds

1 2 1 2

DBPCLN

(M11bCLN=1 OR M11bCLN=2) AND M12bCLN=1 AND M13bCLN=1 M11bCLN=1 AND M12bCLN=2 AND M13bCLN=1 M11bCLN=1 AND M12bCLN=1 AND M13bCLN=2 SBP40 AND SBP 300 AND M141 AND Valid=1 ELSE DBP30 AND DBP 200 AND M141 AND Valid=1 ELSE

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Raised blood pressure

Description: Percentage of respondents with raised blood pressure and percentage on medication for raised blood pressure. Instrument question: M11a&b-M13a&b: Reading 1-3 systolic and diastolic blood pressure M14: During the past 2 weeks, have you been treated for raised blood pressure with drugs (medication) prescribed by a doctor or other health worker?
SBP 140 and/or DBP 90 mmHg, excluding those on meds SBP 140 and/or DBP 90 mmHg or currently on medication for raised blood pressure Men Women Both Sexes n % 95% CI n % 95% CI n % 95% CI

Age Group n

Men % 95% CI

Women % 95% CI

Both Sexes % 95% CI

Age Group n

Currently on Medication For Raised Blood Pressure Men Women Both Sexes n % % 95% CI 95% CI n % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

M11a, M11b, M12a, M12b, M13a, M13b, M14 Mraisedbp (unweighted), MraisedbpWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of respondents with raised blood pressure, excluding those on medication (M14=1), the percentage of respondents either with raised blood pressure or on meds, and the number of respondents on medication for raised blood pressure. To be included in the first output tables, the respondent must have a valid systolic and diastolic blood pressure reading and not be on meds (CLNnomeds=1). To be included in the latter two output tables, the respondent must have a valid diastolic blood pressure reading (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
M11aCLN M12aCLN M13aCLN M11bCLN M12bCLN Checks for valid SBP measurement Checks for valid SBP measurement Checks for valid SBP measurement Checks for valid DBP measurement Checks for valid DBP measurement 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 M11a40 AND M11a300 ELSE M12a40 AND M12a300 ELSE M13a40 AND M13a300 ELSE M11b30 AND M11b200 ELSE M12b30 AND M12b200 ELSE

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M13bCLN

Checks for valid DBP measurement

1 2

M13b30 AND M13b200 ELSE

SBP

DBP

SBPCLN

DBPCLN

CLN CLNnomeds

raisedSBP

Systolic blood pressure value calculated from mean of 2 readings, giving preference to the last 2 readings. Diastolic blood pressure value calculated from mean of 2 readings, giving preference to the last 2 readings. Checks that there is a valid SBP measurement and excludes those on meds Checks that there is a valid DBP measurement and excludes those on meds Checks that there is a valid SBP and DBP measurement Checks that there is a valid SBP and DBP measurement and excludes those on meds Indicates if SBP is above or below specific cut-offs Indicates if DBP is above or below specific cut-offs Output table values

(M12a + M13a)/2 (M11a + M13a)/2 (M11a + M12a)/2 (M12b + M13b)/2 (M11b + M13b)/2 (M11b + M12b)/2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 3 "SBP>=140 AND/or DBP>=90" "SBP<140 and DBP<90"

(M11aCLN=1 OR M11aCLN=2) AND M12aCLN=1 AND M13aCLN=1 M11aCLN=1 AND M12aCLN=2 AND M13aCLN=1 M11aCLN=1 AND M12aCLN=1 AND M13aCLN=2 (M11bCLN=1 OR M11bCLN=2) AND M12bCLN=1 AND M13bCLN=1 M11bCLN=1 AND M12bCLN=2 AND M13bCLN=1 M11bCLN=1 AND M12bCLN=1 AND M13bCLN=2 SBP40 AND SBP300 AND M141 AND Valid=1 ELSE DBP30 AND DBP200 AND M141 AND Valid=1 ELSE SBPCLN=1 AND DBPCLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE SBPCLN=1 AND DBPCLN=1 AND Valid=1 AND M141 ELSE SBP<140 SBP140 AND SBP<160 SBP160 SBP<90 SBP90 AND SBP<100 SBP100 raisedSBP=2 OR raisedSBP=3 OR raisedDBP=2 OR raisedDBP=3 ELSE

raisedDBP

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Output table values

Cmeds

Output table values

Dmeds

Output table values

meds

Output table values

"SBP>=160 and/or DBP>=100" "SBP<160 and DBP<100" "SBP>=140 and/or DBP>=90 OR currently on meds" "SBP<140 and DBP<90" "SBP>=160 and/or DBP>=100 OR currently on meds" "SBP<160 and DBP<100" "currently on medication for raised bp" "not currently on medication"

raisedSBP=3 OR raisedDBP=3 ELSE raisedSBP=2 OR raisedSBP=3 OR raisedDBP=2 OR raisedDBP=3 OR M14=1 ELSE raisedSBP=3 OR raisedDBP=3 OR M14=1

ELSE M14=1

ELSE

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Heart rate

Description: Mean heart rate among all respondents and percentage with a raised heart rate. Instrument question: M16a-c: Heart Rate measurement

Age Group n

Men # 95% CI

Beats per Minute Women n # 95% CI

Both Sexes # 95% CI

Beats per Minute Over 100 Men Women % 95% CI n % 95% CI n

Both Sexes % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

M16a, M16b, M16c Mheartrate (unweighted), MheartrateWT (weighted) Reports the mean heart rate of all respondents and the percentage of respondents with a raised heart rate. To be included in the output tables, the respondent must have a valid heart rate measurement (CLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
M16aCLN M16bCLN M16cCLN rate Checks for valid heart rate measurement Checks for valid heart rate measurement Checks for valid heart rate measurement Heart rate to be reported in table, calculated by averaging 2+ valid measurements Checks that heart rate measurement is valid and record is valid Output table values 1 2 1 2 1 2 (M16a + M16b + M16c)/3 (M16b + M16c)/2 (M16a + M16c)/2 (M16a + M16b)/2 1 2 "beats per minute <=100" "beats per minute over 100" M16a30 AND M16a200 ELSE M16b30 AND M16b200 ELSE M16c30 AND M16c200 ELSE M16aCLN=1 AND M16bCLN=1 AND M16cCLN=1 M16aCLN=2 AND M16bCLN=1 AND M16cCLN=1 M16aCLN=1 AND M16bCLN=2 AND M16cCLN=1 M16aCLN=1 AND M16bCLN=1 AND M16cCLN=2 rate30 AND rate200 AND Valid=1 ELSE rate30 AND rate100 rate>100 AND rate200

CLN

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Biochemical Measurements

Mean fasting blood glucose / Raised or Impaired blood glucose levels

Description: Mean fasting blood glucose, excluding non-fasting respondents and those currently on medication for diabetes, categorization of respondents in blood glucose level categories, and percentage of respondents on medication for diabetes. Instrument questions: H7: During the past 12 months, have you been told by a doctor or other health worker that you have diabetes? Are you currently receiving any of the following treatments for diabetes prescribed by a doctor or other health worker? H8a: Insulin? H8b: Oral drugs (medication) that you have taken in the last 2 weeks? B1: During the last 12 hours have you had anything to eat or drink, other than water? B5: Blood glucose measurement
Fasting Blood Glucose (mmol/L) excluding those on meds Men Women Both Sexes # 95% CI n # 95% CI n # 95% CI Impaired Fasting Glycaemia* Fasting Blood Glucose (mg/dl) excluding those on meds Men Women Both Sexes # 95% CI n # 95% CI n # 95% CI

Age Group n

Age Group n

Men % 95% CI

Women % 95% CI

Both Sexes % 95% CI

Raised blood glucose or currently on medication for diabetes and/or diagnosed with diabetes** Men Women Both Sexes n % 95% CI n % 95% CI n % 95% CI

Age Group n

Currently on Medication For Diabetes Men Women Both Sexes % 95% CI n % 95% CI n % 95% CI

* Impaired fasting glycaemia is defined as either plasma venous value: 6.1mmol/L (110mg/dl) and <7.0mmol/L (126mg/dl) capillary whole blood value: 5.6mmol/L (100mg/dl) and <6.1mmol/L (110mg/dl)

** Raised blood glucose is defined as either plasma venous value: 7.0 mmol/L (126 mg/dl) capillary whole blood value: 6.1 mmol/L (110 mg/dl)

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H7, H8a, H8b, B1, B5 measurement in mmol/L: Bglucose (unweighted), BglucoseWT (weighted) measurement in mg/dL: BglucoseMg (unweighted), BglucoseMgWT (weighted) To be included in mean glucose output tables, respondent must have a valid reading for blood glucose, have fasted, and have indicated there are not taking medication for raised blood glucose (CLNnomeds=1). For all other output tables, respondent must have a valid reading for blood glucose and have fasted (CLN=1) or have indicated that they are taking medication for diabetes or have been diagnosed with diabetes. BglucoseMg is a nearly identical program, with only the cut-offs being changed and B5mg being replaced with B5mmol (=B5/18.01). Name Purpose Values Condition
fasted B5CLN Indicates whether individual fasted prior to blood test. Checks for valid blood glucose reading. Indicates whether individual either has a valid fasting glucose reading or is on meds or is diagnosed with diabetes Indicates whether respondent has valid glucose reading, fasted, and is not on meds. Output table values 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 "1) blood glucose <5.6" "2) blood glucose >=5.6 AND <6.1" "3) blood glucose >=6.1 or currently on meds and/or diagnosed with diabetes" "1) blood glucose <6.1" "2) blood glucose >=6.1 AND <7.0" "3) blood glucose >=7.0 or currently on meds and/or diagnosed with diabetes" B5*18.01 "1) currently on treatment for raised blood glucose" "2) not currently on treatment for raised blood glucose" B1=2 B1=1 B51 AND B535
(For Mg: B518 AND B5630)

CLN

ELSE ((fasted=1 AND B5CLN=1) OR H8a=1 OR H8b=1 OR H7=1) AND Valid=1 ELSE CLN=2 OR H8a=1 OR H8b=1 ELSE B5<5.6 B55.6 AND B5<6.1 B56.1 OR H8a=1 OR H8b=1 OR H7=1 B5<6.1 B56.1 AND B5<7.0 B57.0 OR H8a=1 OR H8b=1 OR H7=1

CLNnomeds

Output table values

B5mg H8text

H8a=1 OR H8b=1 H8a=2 AND H8b=2

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H7text

"3) no information regarding treatment for raised blood glucose" "1) diagnosed with diabetes in last 12 months" "2) not diagnosed with diabetes in last 12 months" "3) no information regarding diabetes diagnosis"

(H8a=(.) OR H8a>2) AND (H8b=(.) OR H8b>2) H7=1 H7=2 H7=(.) OR H7>2

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Total cholesterol / Raised total cholesterol

Description: Mean total cholesterol among all respondents and percentage of respondents with raised total cholesterol. Instrument question: B7: Total cholesterol measurement
Total Cholesterol (mmol/L) Men Women # 95% CI n # 95% CI Total Cholesterol (mg/dl) Women n # 95% CI n

Age Group n

Both Sexes # 95% CI

Men # 95% CI

Both Sexes # 95% CI

Age Group n

Total cholesterol 5.2 mmol/L or 200 mg/dl Men Women Both Sexes 95% CI n % 95% CI % 95% CI n %

Total cholesterol 6.5 mmol/L or 250 mg/dl Men Women Both Sexes % 95% CI n % 95% CI n % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

B7 measurement in mmol/L: Btotallipids (unweighted), BtotallipidsWT (weighted) measurement in mg/dl: BtotallipidsMg (unweighted), BtotallipidsMgWT (weighted) To be included in the output tables, respondent must have a valid reading for cholesterol and have a valid record (CLN=1). BtotallipidsMg is a nearly identical program, with only the cleaning and reporting cut-offs changed and B7mg replaced with B7mmol (=B7/ 38.67). Name Purpose Values Condition
CLN Checks that the cholesterol reading is valid and record is valid. Output table values Output table values 1 2 "total cholesterol >= 5.0" "total cholesterol < 5.0" "total cholesterol >= 6.2" "total cholesterol< 6.2" B7*38.67 B71.75 AND B720 AND Valid=1
(For Mg: B767 AND B7773 AND Valid=1)

C D B7mg

ELSE B75.0 B7<5.0 B76.2 B7<6.2

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High density lipoprotein (HDL)

Description: Mean HDL among all respondents and percentage of respondents with low HDL. Instrument question: B9: HDL cholesterol measurement
Men # 95% CI HDL (mmol/L or mg/dl) Women n # 95% CI Both Sexes # 95% CI HDL <1.03mmol/L or <40 mg/dl Men n % 95% CI HDL <1.29mmol/L or <50 mg/dl Women n % 95% CI

Age Group n

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

B9 measurement in mmol/l: Bhdlipids (unweighted), BhdlipidsWT (weighted) measurement in mg/dl: BhdlipidsMg (unweighted), BhdlipidsMgWT (weighted) To be included in the output tables, respondent must have a valid reading for HDL and have a valid record (CLN=1). BhdlipidsMg is a nearly identical program, with only the cleaning and reporting cut-offs changed and B9mg replaced with B9mmol (=B9/ 38.67). Name Purpose Values Condition
CLN Checks that the HDL reading is valid and record is valid. Output table values for men only Output table values for women only 1 2 "HDL <1.03mmol/L" "HDL >=1.03mmol/L" "HDL <1.29mmol/L" "HDL >=1.29mmol/L" B9*38.67 B90.1 AND B95 AND Valid=1
(For Mg: B93.8 AND B9190 AND Valid=1)

C D B9mg

ELSE B90.1 AND B9>1.03 B91.03 AND B95 B90.1 AND B9>1.29 B91.29 AND B95

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Triglycerides

Description: Mean triglycerides among all respondents and percentage of respondents with raised triglycerides. Instrument question: Triglyceride measurement

Age Group n

Men # 95% CI

Triglycerides (mmol/L) Women n # 95% CI

Both Sexes # 95% CI

Men # 95% CI

Triglycerides (mg/dl) Women n # 95% CI

Both Sexes # 95% CI

Age Group n

Triglycerides 2.26 mmol/L or 200mg/dl Men Women Both Sexes % 95% CI n % 95% CI n % 95% CI

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

B8 measurement in mmol/l: Btriglycerides (unweighted), BtriglyceridesWT (weighted) measurement in mg/dl: BtriglyceridesMg (unweighted), BtriglyceridesMgWT (weighted) To be included in the output tables, respondent must have a valid reading for triglycerides and have a valid record (CLN=1). BtriglyceridesMg is a nearly identical program, with only the cleaning and reporting cut-offs changed and B8mg replaced with B8mmol (=B8/38.67). Name Purpose Values Condition
CLN Checks that the HDL reading is valid and record is valid. Output table values Output table values 1 2 "triglycerides <1.7 mmol/L" "triglycerides >=1.7 mmol/L" "triglycerides <2.0 mmol/L" "triglycerides >=2.0 mmol/L" B8*88.57 B80.25 AND B850 AND Valid=1
(For Mg: B93.8 AND B9190 AND Valid=1)

C D B8mg

ELSE B8<1.7 B87.1 B8<2.0 B82.0

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Raised Risk

Raised Risk

Description: Percentage of respondents with 0, 1-2, or 3-5 of the following risk factors: current daily smoker less than 5 servings of fruits & vegetables per day low level of activity (<600 MET -minutes) overweight or obese (BMI 25 kg/m2) raised BP (SBP 140 and/or DBP 90 mmHg or currently on medication for raised BP)

Instrument questions: Combined questions from Step 1 and Step 2.


Raised Risk
Men Age Group n 0 Risk Factors % 1-2 Risk Factors % 3-5 Risk Factors % n 0 Risk Factors % Women 1-2 Risk Factors 3-5 Risk Factors % % n 0 Risk Factors % Both Sexes 1-2 Risk Factors 3-5 Risk Factors % %

Questions Used Program General Information

Created Variables

T1, T2, D1-D4, P1-P16b, M3, M4, M5, M11a-M13b, M14 Raisedrisk (unweighted), RaisedriskWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of respondents with 0, 1-3, or 4-5 risk factors. Diet questions are modified using the same checks performed in Dservings. Modification/Cleaning of physical activity questions uses CleanRecode programs as done in the physical activity programs. To be included in the output tables, respondent must have answered ALL relevant questions correctly (RRCLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
T1CLN T2CLN Checks for valid response to T1 Checks for valid response to T2 1 2 1 T1=1 OR T1=2 ELSE T1=1 AND (T2=1 OR T2=2) OR T1=2 AND (T2=(.) OR T2=2)

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smokeCLN

Smoke
D1CLN D2CLN

Checks that relevant smoking responses are clean Indicates that respondent is a smoker
Checks for valid response to D1 Checks for valid response to D2

1 2 1 0
1 2 1

T1CLN=1 AND T2CLN=1 T1=1 AND T2=1 ELSE


D1(.) AND D17 ELSE (D1CLN=1 AND D1>0 AND D2>0) OR (D1=0 AND D2=0) ELSE D3(.) AND D37 ELSE (D3CLN=1 AND D3>0 AND D4>0) OR (D3=0 AND D4=0) ELSE D1CLN=1 AND D2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE D3CLN=1 AND D4CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

D3CLN D4CLN

Checks for valid response to D3 Checks for valid response to D4

2 1 2 1

FruitCLN VegCLN FVCLN fvservings

Checks that D1 and D2 are clean and record is valid Checks that D3 and D4 are clean and record is valid

2 1 2 1 2

Checks that all relevant diet questions are clean


If both fruit and vegetable responses are valid, set to combined number of servings, otherwise set to only fruit or only vegetables, depending on which is valid, if any.

1 2 (D1*D2)/7 + (D3*D4)/7 (D1*D2)/7 (D31*D4)/7 1 0


P2*P3*8 (.) P5*P6*4 (.)

FruitCLN=1 OR VegCLN=1 ELSE FruitCLN=1 AND VegCLN=1 FruitCLN=1 AND VegCLN=2 FruitCLN=2 AND VegCLN=1 fvservings<5 ELSE
P1t3CLN=1 ELSE P4t6CLN=1 ELSE

lessthan5
P1t3

Indicates that respondent ate less than 5 fruit/veg on avg/day


MET value of vigorous work activity per week MET value of moderate work activity per week

P4t6

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P7t9 P10t12 P13t15 Ptotal PACLN

MET value of transport activity per week MET value of vigorous recreational activity per week MET value of moderate recreational activity per week Sum of all activity per week Checks to see if all physical activity responses, as a combined set, are valid: all subsets of responses must be clean and at least one subset of responses must have a response (not missing) Output table values: places respondents into 1 of 3 physical activity categories; the checks proceed in the order presented here, thus, for example, if person does not meet "High" requirements, C will still be missing and thus C=(.) will be true for the checks for the "Medium" category

P8*P9*4 (.) P11*P12*8 (.) P14*P15*4 (.) p1t3+p4t6+p7t9+p10t12+p13t15 1

P7t9CLN=1 ELSE P10t12CLN=1 ELSE P13t15CLN=1 ELSE Valid=1 AND P1t3CLN=1 AND P4t6CLN=1 AND P7t9CLN=1 AND P10t12CLN=1 AND P13t15CLN=1 AND P1(.) OR P4(.) OR P7(.) OR P10(.) OR P13(.) ELSE (P2+P5+P8+P11+P14)>6 AND Ptotal>2999 OR (P2+P11)>2 AND Ptotal>1499 C=(.) AND (P2+P5+P8+P11+P14)5 AND Ptotal600 OR C=(.) AND ((P2+P11)=3 OR (P2+P11)=4) AND P1220 AND P320 OR C=(.) AND P23 AND P113 AND (P1220 OR P320) OR C=(.) AND ((P23 AND P11<3 AND P320) OR (P113 AND P2<3 AND P1220)) OR C=(.) AND (P5+P8+P14)5 AND ((p5*P6)+(p8*P9)+(P14*P15))150 C=(.) ELSE

2 "High"

"Moderate"

lowPA

Indicates that respondent falls into "low" category of activity

1 0

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BMI M3CLN

Calculates BMI Checks for valid response to M3

(M4/(M3*M3))*10000 1 2 1 2

M340 AND M3300 AND Valid=1 ELSE M420 AND M3350 AND Valid=1 ELSE

M4CLN

Checks for valid response to M4

BMICLN

Checks that both M3 and M4 have valid responses and ensures pregnant women are excluded from analysis Indicates that respondent is overweight or obese Checks for valid SBP measurement Checks for valid SBP measurement Checks for valid SBP measurement Checks for valid DBP measurement Checks for valid DBP measurement Checks for valid DBP measurement Systolic blood pressure value calculated from mean of 2 readings, giving preference to the last 2 readings.

1 2 1 0 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 (M12a + M13a)/2 (M11a + M13a)/2 (M11a + M12a)/2

M3CLN=1 AND M4CLN=1 M3CLN=2 OR M4CLN=2 OR (C1=2 AND M5=1) OR (BMI<16 BMI>60) BMI25 ELSE M11a40 AND M11a300 ELSE M12a40 AND M12a300 ELSE M13a40 AND M13a300 ELSE M11b30 AND M11b200 ELSE M12b30 AND M12b200 ELSE M13b30 AND M13b200 ELSE (M11aCLN=1 OR M11aCLN=2) AND M12aCLN=1 AND M13aCLN=1 M11aCLN=1 AND M12aCLN=2 AND M13aCLN=1 M11aCLN=1 AND M12aCLN=1 AND M13aCLN=2 (M11bCLN=1 OR M11bCLN=2) AND M12bCLN=1 AND M13bCLN=1

highBMI M11aCLN M12aCLN M13aCLN M11bCLN M12bCLN M13bCLN SBP

DBP

Diastolic blood pressure value calculated from mean of 2 readings, giving preference to the last 2

(M12b + M13b)/2

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readings.

(M11b + M13b)/2 (M11b + M12b)/2

M11bCLN=1 AND M12bCLN=2 AND M13bCLN=1 M11bCLN=1 AND M12bCLN=1 AND M13bCLN=2 SBP40 AND SBP300 AND M141 AND Valid=1 ELSE

SBPCLN

Checks that there is a valid SBP measurement and excludes those on meds

1 2

DBPCLN

BPCLN

Checks that there is a valid DBP measurement and excludes those on meds Checks that both SBP and DBP readings are clean Indicates that respondent has raised BP or is on meds for raised BP Sum of all risk factors Places respondents into one of three categories for output table Age ranges used in output table Indicates that ALL relevant questions are clean and record is valid

1 2 1 2 1 0 Smoke+lessthan5+lowPA+highB MI+raisedBP "0 risk factors" "1-2 of the risk factors" "3-5 of the risk factors" "25-44" "45-64" 1

raisedBP RR RaisedRisk

DBP30 AND DBP 200 AND M141 AND Valid=1 ELSE (SBP40 AND SBP300) AND (DBP30 AND DBP200) ELSE SBP140 OR DBP90 OR M14=1 ELSE

AgeRangeRR RRCLN

RR=0 RR=1 OR RR=2 RR3 Age25 AND Age44 Age45 AND Age64 Valid=1 AND smokeCLN=1 AND FVCLN=1 AND BPCLN=1 AND PACLN=1 AND BMICLN=1 ELSE

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Raised Risk, Step 1 only

Description: Percentage of respondents with 0, 1-2, or 3 of the following risk factors: current daily smoker less than 5 servings of fruits & vegetables per day low level of activity (<600 MET -minutes)

Instrument questions: Combined questions from Step 1.


Raised Risk
Men Age Group n 0 Risk Factors % 1-2 Risk Factors % 3 Risk Factors % n 0 Risk Factors % Women 1-2 Risk Factors % 3 Risk Factors % n 0 Risk Factors % Both Sexes 1-2 Risk Factors % 3 Risk Factors %

Questions Used Program General Information Created Variables

T1, T2, D1-D4, P1-P16b RaisedriskStep1only (unweighted), RaisedriskStep1onlyWT (weighted) Reports the percentage of respondents with 0, 1-2, or 3 risk factors. Diet questions are modified using the same checks performed in Dservings. Modification/Cleaning of physical activity questions uses CleanRecode programs as done in the physical activity programs. To be included in the output tables, respondent must have answered ALL relevant questions correctly (RRCLN=1). Name Purpose Values Condition
T1CLN T2CLN Checks for valid response to T1 Checks for valid response to T2 1 2 1 T1=1 OR T1=2 ELSE T1=1 AND (T2=1 OR T2=2) OR T1=2 AND (T2=(.) OR T2=2)

2 smokeCLN

Smoke
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Checks for valid response to D1 Checks for valid response to D2

1 2 1 0
1 2 1

ELSE T1CLN=1 AND T2CLN=1 T1=1 AND T2=1 ELSE


D1(.) AND D17 ELSE (D1CLN=1 AND D1>0 AND D2>0)

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D3CLN D4CLN

Checks for valid response to D3 Checks for valid response to D4

2 1 2 1

FruitCLN VegCLN FVCLN fvservings

Checks that D1 and D2 are clean and record is valid Checks that D3 and D4 are clean and record is valid

2 1 2 1 2

OR (D1=0 AND D2=0) ELSE D3(.) AND D37 ELSE (D3CLN=1 AND D3>0 AND D4>0) OR (D3=0 AND D4=0) ELSE D1CLN=1 AND D2CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE D3CLN=1 AND D4CLN=1 AND Valid=1 ELSE

Checks that all relevant diet questions are clean


If both fruit and vegetable responses are valid, set to combined number of servings, otherwise set to only fruit or only vegetables, depending on which is valid, if any.

1 2 (D1*D2)/7 + (D3*D4)/7 (D1*D2)/7 (D31*D4)/7 1 0


P2*P3*8 (.) P5*P6*4 (.) P8*P9*4 (.) P11*P12*8 (.) P14*P15*4 (.) p1t3+p4t6+p7t9+p10t12+p13t15 1

FruitCLN=1 OR VegCLN=1 ELSE FruitCLN=1 AND VegCLN=1 FruitCLN=1 AND VegCLN=2 FruitCLN=2 AND VegCLN=1 fvservings<5 ELSE
P1t3CLN=1 ELSE P4t6CLN=1 ELSE P7t9CLN=1 ELSE P10t12CLN=1 ELSE P13t15CLN=1 ELSE Valid=1 AND P1t3CLN=1 AND P4t6CLN=1

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Indicates that respondent ate less than 5 fruit/veg on avg/day


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responses, as a combined set, are valid: all subsets of responses must be clean and at least one subset of responses must have a response (not missing) 2 "High"

Output table values: places respondents into 1 of 3 physical activity categories; the checks proceed in the order presented here, thus, for example, if person does not meet "High" requirements, C will still be missing and thus C=(.) will be true for the checks for the "Medium" category

"Moderate"

lowPA RR RaisedRisk

Indicates that respondent falls into "low" category of activity Sum of all risk factors Places respondents into one of three categories for output table Age ranges used in output table Indicates that ALL relevant questions are clean and record is valid

AgeRangeRR RRCLN

1 0 Smoke+lessthan5+lowPA "0 risk factors" "1-2 of the risk factors" "3 of the risk factors" "25-44" "45-64" 1 2

AND P7t9CLN=1 AND P10t12CLN=1 AND P13t15CLN=1 AND P1(.) OR P4(.) OR P7(.) OR P10(.) OR P13(.) ELSE (P2+P5+P8+P11+P14)>6 AND Ptotal>2999 OR (P2+P11)>2 AND Ptotal>1499 C=(.) AND (P2+P5+P8+P11+P14)5 AND Ptotal600 OR C=(.) AND ((P2+P11)=3 OR (P2+P11)=4) AND P1220 AND P320 OR C=(.) AND P23 AND P113 AND (P1220 OR P320) OR C=(.) AND ((P23 AND P11<3 AND P320) OR (P113 AND P2<3 AND P1220)) OR C=(.) AND (P5+P8+P14)5 AND ((p5*P6)+(p8*P9)+(P14*P15))150 C=(.) ELSE RR=0 RR=1 OR RR=2 RR=3 Age25 AND Age44 Age45 AND Age64 Valid=1 AND smokeCLN=1 AND FVCLN=1 AND PACLN=1 ELSE

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