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Table 2 Socio-demographic characteristics of the study participants

From: Understanding patients’ experience living with diabetes type 2 and effective disease management: a qualitative study following a mobile health intervention in Bangladesh

Patient ID Sex Age (in range) Educational status Marital status Work status Family income in Euro (Monthly) Duration of disease (in years)
Intervention 1 F 50–59 SSC Married Housewife 234–465 10
Intervention 2 M 60–69 PSC Married Small business 35–116 15
Intervention 3 F 50–59 GLC Married Housewife >  465 5
Intervention 4 F 40–49 SSC Married Housewife 35–116 6
Intervention 5 F 40–49 SSC Married Housewife >  465 12
Intervention 6 M 40–49 SSC Married Small business 234–465 5
Intervention 7 F 50–59 SSC Window Housewife >  465 7
Intervention 8 F 40–49 SSC Window Housewife >  465 12
Intervention 9 F 50–59 SSC Married Housewife >  465 5
Control 1 F 70–79 SSC Window Housewife Don’t know 5
Control 2 F 40–49 SSC Married Private company >  465 7
Control 3 F 50–59 SSC Window Housewife 234–465 10
Control 4 F 50–59 SSC Married Housewife 117–233 4
Control 5 F 30–39 NFS Married Small business 35–116 7
Control 6 M 40–49 SSC Married Small business 35–116 2
Control 7 F 50–59 SSC Married Housewife 117–233 15
Control 8 M 60–69 PGC Wife died Retired person 117–233 15
Control 9 F 30–39 SSC Married Housewife 117–233 4
  1. NFS = No formal schooling, PSC=Primary school completed, SSC = Secondary school completed, GLC = Graduation level completed, PGC = Post-graduation level completed