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Table 1 Demographic characteristics

From: Acute and chronic impact of cardiovascular events on health state utilities

Characteristic Edinburgh (N = 107) London (N = 93) Participants in the analysis sample p-value1
(N = 200)
Age (Mean, SD) 48.4 (15.5) 44.5 (14.1) 46.6 (14.9) 0.068
Gender (n, %)     
Male 52 (48.6%) 38 (40.9%) 90 (45.0%) 0.27
Female 55 (51.4%) 55 (59.1%) 110 (55.0%)  
Racial/Ethnic Background (n, %)     
White 100 (93.5%) 56 (60.2%) 156 (78.0%) <0.0001
Mixed 1 (0.9%) 8 (8.6%) 9 (4.5%)  
Asian 2 (1.9%) 12 (12.9%) 14 (7.0%)  
Black 1 (0.9%) 15 (16.1%) 16 (8.0%)  
Other2 3 (2.8%) 2 (2.2%) 5 (2.5%)  
Marital Status (n, %)     
Single 44 (41.1%) 54 (58.1%) 98 (49.0%) 0.053
Married/Living with partner3 46 (43.0%) 27 (29.0%) 73 (36.5%)  
Other4 17 (15.9%) 12 (12.9%) 29 (14.5%)  
Employment Status (n, %)     
Full-time work 28 (26.2%) 28 (30.1%) 56 (28.0%) 0.74
Part-time work 34 (31.8%) 33 (35.5%) 67 (33.5%)  
Unemployed 9 (8.4%) 7 (7.5%) 16 (8.0%)  
Other5 36 (33.6%) 25 (26.9%) 61 (30.5%)  
Education Level (n, %)     
University degree 48 (44.9%) 41 (44.1%) 89 (44.5%) 0.91
No University degree 59 (55.1%) 52 (55.9%) 111 (55.5%)  
  1. 1P-values are based on t-tests for continuous variables and chi-square analyses for categorical variables.
  2. 2Other self-reported background includes Arab (n = 3) and Latino (n = 2).
  3. 3Includes married (n = 64) and living with partner (n = 9).
  4. 4Includes divorced (n = 20), separated (n = 6), and widowed (n = 3).
  5. 5Includes retired (n = 29), student (n = 15), homemaker (n = 6), disabled (n = 6), “career break” (n = 1), caregiver for elderly parent (n = 1), “live on investments” (n = 1), volunteer (n = 1), and unspecified (n = 1).