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Table 1 Demographic characteristics and self report Co Morbid conditions

From: Are treatment benefits in neuropathic pain reflected in the self assessment of treatment questionnaire?

  Total N=44
Mean Age, Years (SD) [Range] 60.3 (12.3) [30.0-80.0]
Gender (n, %)  
 Female 23 (52.3%)
 Male 21 (47.8 %)
Ethnicity (n, %)  
 Not Hispanic or Latino 38 (90.5%)
 Hispanic or Latino 4 (9.5%)
Race (n, %) 1  
 White 31 (70.5%)
 Black or African American 10 (22.7%)
 Other2 3 (6.8%)
Employment Status (n, %) 1  
 Retired 18 (40.9%)
 Disabled 14 (31.8%)
 Part-time 5 (11.4%)
 Full-time 3 (6.8%)
 Unemployed 4 (9.1%)
 Homemaker 1 (2.3 %)
 Other3 1 (2.3%)
Neuropathic Pain (n, %)  
 Mild 4 (9.3%)
 Moderate 20 (46.5%)
 Severe 11 (25.6%)
 Very Severe 8 (18.6%)
Health Conditions(n, %) 1  
 Anxiety 7 (15.9%)
 Arthritis 16 (36.4%)
 Asthma 7 (15.9%)
 Cancer 2 (4.6%)
 COPD 11 (25.0%)
 Depression 13 (29.6%)
 Diabetes 18 (40.9%)
 Hepatitis 2 (4.6%)
 HTN 17 (38.6%)
 Insomnia 4 (9.1%)
 Back Pain 15 (34.1%)
 Retinopathy 2 (4.6%)
 Stroke 1 (2.3%)
 Other4 11 (25.0%)
 None 8 (18.2%)
  1. 1Participants were permitted to select more than one response.
  2. 2 Other racial backgrounds reported by participants included: European Mix (n=1); Mestizo (n=1).
  3. 3 Other employment reported by participants included: Not specified (n=1).
  4. 4 Other health conditions reported by participants included: AIDS (n=2); CHF, Adema, Neuropathy, Right Shoulder Torn (n=1); Emphysema (n=1); Heart attacks (n=1); Heart Disease (CAD), RLS (n=1); High cholesterol, indigestion (n=1); HIV (n=1); HIV, Gout (n=1); Migraines (n=1); Neuropathy (n=1).