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Table 1 Sociodemoghraphic variables of children and adolescents with hemophilia

From: Psychiatric problems and its contributing factors in children and adolescents with hemophilia: a single centre study in a Turkish sample

Age (years) (n[%]) 6–7 3 (15)
8–12 10 (50)
13–16 7 (35)
Place of residence Urban 16 (80)
Rural 4 (20)
Mean of mother’s age 36.05 ± 4.09  
Mother’s educational status (n[%]) No 2 (10)
Primary school 11 (55)
High school 1 (5)
University 6 (30)
Mother’s profession (n[%]) House wife 14 (70)
Public servant 4 (20)
Self-employed 2 (10)
Mean of father’s age (mean ± SD) 39.15 ± 4.19  
Father’s educational status (n[%]) Primary school 8 (40)
High school 5 (25)
University 6 (30)
Post university 1 (5)
Father’s profession (n[%]) Worker 8 (40)
Public Servant 5 (25)
Self-employed 5 (25)
Other 2 (10)
Family type (n[%]) Mother and father together 20 (100)
Kinship between parents (n[%]) No 14 (70)
Yes 6 (30)
Other hemophilic relatives (n[%]) None 8 (40)
Brother 4 (20)
Uncle 4 (20)
Grand father 1 (5)
Cousin 1 (5)
More than one relative 2 (10)
Mothers’ Burden Interview total score (mean ± SD) 38.05 ± 17.81