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Table 1 Socio-demographic and anamnestic data (absolute numbers and percentages or mean ± standard deviation and median)

From: Evaluation of 5536 patients treated in an integrative outpatient tinnitus treatment center–immediate effects and a modeling approach for sustainability

  Male Female Total No answer
N 2.736 (49.9 %) 2.688 (49.0 %) 5.480 56 (1.0 %)
Age in years 49.8 ± 14.6; 50.0 49.8 ± 13.2; 50.0 49.8 ± 13.9; 50.0 59 (2.4 %)
Marital status
▪ single
▪ Married/fixed partner
▪ Divorced/living separated
▪ Widowed
461 (16.9 %)
1.711 (62.5 %)
321 (11.7 %)
229 (8.4 %)
387 (14.4 %)
2.069 (77.0 %)
178 (6.6 %)
46 (1.7 %)
848 (15.5 %)
3.784 (69.1 %)
500 (9.1 %)
275 (5.0 %)
73
(1,3 %)
Graduation
▪ Lower Secondary School
▪ Secondary School
▪ High-School
▪ University/College
885 (32.4 %)
863 (31.5 %)
529 (19.3 %)
416 (15.2 %)
985 (36.6 %)
677 (25.2 %)
393 (14.6 %)
589 (21.9 %)
1874 (34.2 %)
1.540 (28.1 %)
922 (16.8 %)
1.005 (18.3 %)
139 (2.5 %)
Profession
▪ Work-men
▪ Clerk
▪ Self-employed
▪ Not employed
204 (7.4 %)
1.319 (48.2 %)
100 (3.6 %)
1.062 (38.8 %)
532 (19.8 %)
1.166 (43.4 %)
166 (6.2 %)
793 (29.5 %)
737 (13.4 %)
2.486 (45.4 %)
266 (4.9 %)
1.858 (33.9 %)
133 (2.4 %)
Duration of tinnitus in month 54.2 ± 75.5, 21.0 66.1 ± 88.5, 24.0 60.2 ± 82.5, 24.0 239 (9.6 %)
Loudness of ear-ringing (from 0 = „not at all“ to 10 = “maximum”) 5.8 ± 2.1, 6.0 5.7 ± 2.2, 6.0 5.7 ± 2.1, 6.0 278 (11.2 %)
Disruption due to of ear-ringing (from 0 = „not at all“ to 10 = “maximum”) 6.4 ± 2.5, 6.0 6.1 ± 2.4, 6.0 6.2 ± 2.4, 6.0 251 (10.1 %)
Restrictions due to ear-ringing (from 0 = „not at all“ to 10 = “maximum”) 4.8 ± 2.8, 5.0 4.5 ± 2.7, 4.0 4.7 ± 2.8, 5.0 278 (11.2 %)