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Table 1 Assessed social demographic factors using the EORTC QLQ-C30-questionnaire

From: Mode of allocation and social demographic factors correlate with impaired quality of life after liver transplantation

Parameter n (%)
Sex  
 Males n = 99 (59 %)
 Females n = 69 (41 %)
Age (years)  
 16 to <47 years n = 46 (27 %)
  ≥ 47 to <57 years n = 58 (33 %)
  ≥ 57 years n = 69 (40 %)
Marital status  
 Single n = 21 (13 %)
 Married n = 115 (70 %)
 Relationship n = 7 (4 %)
 Divorced n = 16 (10 %)
 Widowed n = 7 (4 %)
Children  
 Yes n = 123 (74 %)
 No n = 43 (26 %)
Living alone  
 Yes n = 35 (26 %)
 No n = 99 (74 %)
Size of hometown  
 Major city (population >100,000) n = 41 (25 %)
 Town (population 50,000–100,000) n = 16 (10 %)
 Small town (population 5000–50,000) n = 52 (32 %)
 Village (population–5000) n = 54 (33 %)
Highest education  
 Secondary school certificate n = 67 (40 %)
 Technical college qualification n = 17 (10 %)
 No graduation n = 3 (2 %)
 Secondary modern school certificate n = 58 (35 %)
 University-entrance diploma n = 22 (13 %)
Completed professional training  
 Traineeship n = 97 (69 %)
 Technical college n = 18 (13 %)
 Advanced technical college n = 8 (6 %)
 University n = 7 (5 %)
 No education n = 10 (7 %)
Employment status  
 Working n = 26 (17 %)
 Housewife/husband n = 9 (6 %)
 Retired n = 105 (68 %)
 Certified unfit for work n = 5 (3 %)
 Unemployed n = 5 (3 %)
 Other n = 5 (3 %)
Job position  
 Worker n = 18 (18 %)
 Employee n = 42 (42 %)
 Official n = 12 (12 %)
 Executive employee n = 89 (9 %)
 Self-employed n = 12 (12 %)
 Other n = 7 (7 %)