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Table 1 Patient sample characteristics: gender, age, self-report long-term conditions and number of medications prescribed

From: The potential for using a Universal Medication Schedule (UMS) to improve adherence in patients taking multiple medications in the UK: a qualitative evaluation

ID No. Gender Age (years) Conditions Number of medications
P1 F 67 CHD, Angina, Hypertension, Cholesterol 7
P2 F 81 DM II, Arthritis, Stroke, Depression, hypertension, Glaucoma, underactive thyroid 15
P3 M 81 Angina, COPD 6
P4 M 78 Heart condition, Stroke, Arthritis, blood clot in leg 8
P5 F 66 Heart condition, arthritis 7
P6 M 65 Malignant hypertension, kidney disease, complex regional pain disorder, prolapse disc 14
P7 M 73 Depression, heart attack, arthritis, angina, hypertension 11
P8 M 73 Heart condition, hypertension, cholesterol, severe pain following polio 6
P9 M 74 Ischemic heart disease, hypertension, cholesterol, blind in right eye, cataract left eye 6
P10 F 82 TIA, Angina, COPD, DM II, cellulitis, hypertension 11
P11 F 82 Osteoporosis, heart condition, arthritis, COPD 16
P12 F 66 TIA, hypertension, COPD, cholesterol 5
P13 F 71 Angina, hypertension, arthritis, asthma 8
P14 M 89 CHD, COPD, osteoporosis, angioneurotic oedema 6
P15 M 69 Heart attack, DM II, hypertension, cholesterol 5