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Table 2 Characteristics of participants interviewed

From: Family support on intensive care units during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative evaluation study into experiences of relatives

# Participant number Relative M/F Role Patient M/F Age patient Number of calls Patient deceased
1 F Partnera M 65–70 years 13 No
2 F Partnera M 70–75 years 33 No
3 F Partnera M 75–80 years 22 No
4 F Childb M 70–75 years 5 Yes
5 F Partnera M 70–75 years 6 Yes
6 F Childb M 70–75 years 50 No
7 M Childb F 60–65 years 8 No
8 F Partnera M 50–55 years 9 No
9 F Childb M 60–65 years 26 No
10 M Childb M 70–75 years 25 No
11 F Sibling F 65–70 years 25 Yes
12 F Partnera M 60–65 years 7 No
13 F Childb M 70–75 years 28 Yes
14 F Childb F 60–65 years 26 No
15 F Sibling F 30–35 years 15 No
16 F Partnera M 55–60 years 11 Yes
17 F Partnera M 60–65 years 31 No
18 F Childb F N/Ac N/Ac Yes
18 F Childb M 45–50 years 18 No
19 F Partnera M 55–60 years 16 No
20 F Partnera M 65–70 years 14 Yes
21 M Childb M 70–75 years 38 No
21 M Childb F N/Ac N/Ac Yes
  1. aEx-partners are also included in this category
  2. bChildren in law are also included in this category
  3. cInterview was attended by another child who was not the first contact person of this relative, but who appeared to be the contact person of the other parent who had also been admitted to the ICU. As these participants were no patients at this hospital, age of the patient and number of calls are missing