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Table 1 Sample Characteristics (n = 353)

From: Relationship between risk information on total colonoscopy and patient preferences for colorectal cancer screening options: Analysis using the Analytic Hierarchy Process

Parameters Included subjects (n = 285) Excluded subjects (n = 68)
  Group A (n = 146) Group B (n = 139) Group A (n = 30) Group B (n = 38)
Sex     
   Male 71 (49%) 63 (45%) 16 (53%) 23 (61%)
   Female 75 (51%) 76 (55%) 14 (47%) 15 (39%)
Age (average ± SD) 48.6 ± 6.0 48.7 ± 5.4 50.1 ± 5.8 48.2 ± 5.3
Concerns about own health     
   Concerned a lot 58 (40%) 46 (33%) 10 (33%) 11 (29%)
   Concerned a little 50 (34%) 53 (38%) 12 (40%) 19 (50%)
   Not concerned at all 38 (26%) 40 (29%) 8 (27%) 8 (21%)
Annual household income     
   Low (<US$59,999) 35 (24%) 46 (33%) 12 (40%) 14 (37%)
   Medium (US$60,000 – 119,999) 76 (52%) 58 (42%) 13 (43%) 17 (45%)
   High (>US$120,000) 14 (10%) 11 (8%) 3 (10%) 3 (8%)
   No answer given 21 (14%) 24 (17%) 2 (7%) 4 (11%)
Experience of hospital admission     
   None 52 (36%) 54 (39%) 16 (53%) 10 (26%)
   1 admission 43 (29%) 31 (22%) 5 (17%) 9 (24%)
   2 admissions 22 (15%) 31 (22%) 6 (20%) 10 (26%)
   3 or more admissions 26 (18%) 22 (16%) 3 (10%) 8 (21%)
   No answer given 3 (2%) 1 (1%) 0 (0%) 1 (3%)
Experience of FOBT: Yes 83 (57%) 81 (58%) 20 (67%) 23 (61%)
Experience of TCS: Yes 24 (16%) 30 (22%) 8 (27%) 5 (13%)