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Table 2 The Unadjusted Percentages of Each Domain of Barriers to Healthcare Utilization

From: Barriers to healthcare utilization in fatiguing illness: a population-based study in Georgia

Barrier Domain Accessibilityb KAB Healthcare System Any Barrier
  P 95% CIa for p p 95% CI for p p 95% CI for p p 95% CI for p
CFS (n = 112) 38.4% (29.4%–48.1%) 19.6% (12.7%–28.2%) 26.8% (18.9%–36.0%) 55.4% (45.7%–64.8%)
CFS but for an exclusionary DX (n = 100) 30.0% (21.2%–40.0%) 19.0% (11.8%–28.1%) 22.0% (14.3%–31.4%) 52.0% (41.8%–62.1%)
ISF with Exclusionary Conditions (n = 157) 22.9% (16.6%–30.3%) 14.7% (9.5%–21.2%) 14.7% (9.5%–21.2%) 43.3% (35.4%–51.5%)
ISF (n = 264) 20.1% (15.4%–25.4%) 16.3% (12.1%–21.3%) 15.9% (11.7%–20.9%) 42.8% (36.8%–49.0%)
Non-fatigued (n = 147) 7.5% (3.8%–13.0%) 4.8% (1.9%–9.6%) 4.8% (1.9%–9.6%) 13.6% (8.5%–20.2%)
Total (n = 780) 22.2% (19.3%–25.3%) 14.6% (12.2%–17.3%) 15.9% (13.4%–18.7%) 40.4% (36.9%–43.9%)
  1. a 95% exact binomial confidence interval (CI).
  2. b If a respondent reported at least one type of barriers in the Accessibility domain, he/she was identified as having barrier in that domain; otherwise none.