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Table 1 Participant's characteristics

From: Perceived needs and experiences with healthcare services of women with spinal cord injury during pregnancy and childbirth — a qualitative content analysis of focus groups and individual interviews

Pseudonym Age by interview Marital status by interview Number of children before SCI after SCI TSI (y) at birth of 1st child SCI level Education Education years Working Interview
Emma 39 married 0 1 19 Paraplegia incomplete Apprenticeship/Training 15 yes FG 1
Anna 41 married 0 1 22 Paraplegia complete Apprenticeship/Training 12 yes FG 1
Lea 32 partnership 0 0 pregnant Tetraplegia incomplete Undergrad or college degree 14 yes FG 1
Emily 50 married 1 1 7 Paraplegia complete Post graduate 23 yes FG 2
Lilly 49 married 0 2 14 Paraplegia incomplete Undergrad or college degree 19 yes FG 2
Sara 44 married 0 2 3 Paraplegia complete Apprenticeship/Training 12 yes FG 2
Marie 45 married 0 2 7 Tetraplegia complete Undergrad or college degree 17 yes FG 2
Amelie 34 married 0 1 11 Paraplegia incomplete Apprenticeship/Training 12 no FG 3
Lina 38 married 0 2 17 Paraplegia complete Post graduate 18 yes FG 3
Maya 45 divorced 0 1 5 Paraplegia complete High school 8 yes FG 3
Claudia 47 married 0 2 15 Paraplegia complete Apprenticeship/Training 12 no EI 5
Rachel 43 partnership 1 1 2 Paraplegia incomplete Undergrad or college level 17 yes EI 4
Laura 32 single 0 1 2 Paraplegia incomplete Undergrad or college degree 15 no EI 1
Margrit 45 married 0 2 13 Tetraplegia incomplete Apprenticeship/Training 13 yes FG 4
Jeannine 30 married 0 2 24 Paraplegia complete Undergrad or college degree 21 yes FG 4
Monika 48 partnership 0 1 19 Paraplegia incomplete Undergrad or college degree 19 yes EI 2
Kathrin 44 single 0 1 15 Tetraplegia incomplete Apprenticeship/Training 17 yes EI 3
  1. TSI, time since injury