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Table 1 Summary of quantitative data

From: Exploring what lies behind public preferences for avoiding health losses caused by lapses in healthcare safety and patient lifestyle choices

Summary of PTO data (a)
Context Non-trade genetic Prefer genetic Indifferent Prefer comparator Non-trade comparator Total
Lifestyle related diseases 257 (25%) 368 (36%) 220 (21%) 144 (14%) 41 (4%) 1030
Sports injuries 384 (37%) 450 (44%) 149 (14%) 35 (3%) 12 (1%) 1030
Hospital infections 68 (7%) 127 (12%) 405 (39%) 268 (26%) 162 (16%) 1030
Medication errors 159 (15%) 208 (20%) 313 (30%) 208 (20%) 142 (14%) 1030
Staff injuries 280 (27%) 311 (30%) 273 (27%) 89 (9%) 77 (7%) 1030
Total 1148 1464 1360 744 434 5150
Summary of PTO data excluding comments which challenged PTO assumptions in respective context (b)
Lifestyle related diseases 251 (26%) 353 (37%) 218 (23%) 109 (11%) 32 (3%) 963
Sports injuries 347 (37%) 403 (43%) 147 (16%) 28 (3%) 9 (1%) 934
Hospital infections 57 (6%) 107 (12%) 399 (44%) 212 (23%) 131 (14%) 906
Medication errors 136 (16%) 160 (18%) 308 (35%) 156 (18%) 116 (13%) 876
Staff injuries 255 (27%) 267 (28%) 273 (29%) 85 (9%) 73 (8%) 953
  874 999 850 465 308 4632
Summary of PTO data excluding respondents who challenged PTO assumption once or more (c)
Lifestyle related diseases 167 (24%) 238 (35%) 146 (21%) 107 (16%) 26 (4%) 684
Sports injuries 253 (37%) 291 (43%) 107 (16%) 22 (3%) 11 (2%) 684
Hospital infections 39 (14%) 83 (12%) 266 (39%) 187 (27%) 109 (16%) 684
Medication errors 99 (14%) 145 (21%) 211 (31%) 135 (20%) 94 (14%) 684
Staff injuries 185 (27%) 207 (30%) 180 (26%) 57 (8%) 55 (8%) 684
  743 964 910 508 295 3420