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Table 1 Comparison of demographic data of caregivers by PRD

From: Psychosocial and economic impact of rheumatic diseases on caregivers of Mexican children

  Total
200
n (%)
JIA
109
n (%)
JDM
28
n (%)
JSLE
63
n (%)
p valuea
Age in years, median (IQR) 38 (33–44) 37.5 (32–42) 36.5 (33–43.5) 40 (36–46) 0.01b
Female 169 (84.5) 95 (87.2) 21 (75) 53 (84.1) 0.09
Healthcare system PartC 147 (73.5) 74 (67.9) 24 (85.7) 49 (77.8) 0.14
FullC 43 (21.5) 28 (25.7) 2 (7.1) 13 (20.6)
PRI 10 (5) 7 (6.4) 2 (7.1) 1 (1.6)
Occupation Housewife 90/168 (53.6) 50/87 (57.5) 16/26 (61.5) 24/55 (43.6) 0.19
Paid employment 78/168 (46.4) 37/87 (42.5) 10/26 (38.5) 31/55 (56.4)
More than one hour to the center 131/168 (78) 60/87 (69) 22/26 (84.6) 49/55 (89.1) 0.01
With partner 123/167 (73.7) 69/86 (80.2) 21/26 (80.8) 33/55 (60) 0.02
Educational level ≤ 9 years 89/166 (53.6) 48/87 (55.2) 16/25 (64) 25/54 (46.3) 0.31
>  9 years 77/166 (46.4) 39/87 (44.8) 9/25 (36) 29/54 (53.7)
  1. PRD Pediatric Rheumatic Disease, IQR Interquartile range, JIA Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, JSLE Juvenile Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, JDM Juvenile Dermatomyositis, PartC Partial Coverage, FullC Total Coverage, PRI Private
  2. a Analyzed with Chi square test
  3. b Analyzed with Kruskal-Wallis test
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