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Table 1 Demographic data of respondents

From: The influence of gender on ICU admittance

  Survey 1 n = 679 Survey 2 n = 747
Gender (n, %)   
 Women 298 (43.9 %) 320 (42.8 %)
 Men 381 (56.1 %) 427 (57.2 %)
Age (years, %)   
 20–29 31 (4.6 %) 23 (3.1 %)
 30–39 279 (41.1 %) 288 (38.6 %)
 40–49 188 (27.7 %) 229 (30.7 %)
 50–59 108 (15.9 %) 126 (16.9 %)
 60–69 71 (10.5 %) 78 (10.4 %)
 70-79 2 (0.3 %) 3 (0.4 %)
Type of Hospital (n, %)   
 Regional Hospital 495 (72.9 %) 542 (72.6 %)
 Central Hospital 151 (22.2 %) 173 (23.2 %)
 Rural Hospital 22 (3.2 %) 21 (2.8 %)
 Not given 11 (1.6 %) 11 (1.5 %)
Title (n,%)   
 Resident 236 (34.8 %) 247 (33.1 %)
 Board certified specialist 148 (21.8 %) 174 (23.3 %)
 Assistant senior physician 37 (5.4 %) 39 (5.2 %)
 Senior Physician 258 (38.0 %) 287 (38.4 %)
Specialty (n,%)   
 Emergency medicine 30 (4.4 %) 32 (4.3 %)
 Anesthesiology /Intensive Care 166 (24.4 %) 166 (22.2 %)
 Gynecology 52 (7.7 %) 47 (6.3 %)
 Infectious diseases 44 (6.5 %) 64 (8.6 %)
 Cardiology 44 (6.5 %) 46 (6.2 %)
 General surgery 80 (11.8 %) 80 (10.7 %)
 Internal medicine 125 (18.4 %) 135 (18.1 %)
 Oncology 39 (5.7 %) 47 (6.3 %)
 Orthopedic surgery 54 (8.0 %) 71 (9.5 %)
 Urology 15 (2.2 %) 21 (2.8 %)
 Ear, Nose, Throat 27 (4.0 %) 33 (4.4 %)
Other 3 (0.4 %) 4 (0.5 %)