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Table 2 Socio-demographic and major study variables for participants by gender

From: Human papillomavirus-related psychosocial impact of patients with genital warts in China: a hospital-based cross-sectional study

Characteristics* Total Male Female PValue
N 538 204 334  
Age (Mean ±  SD) 31.9 ± 10.5 34.9 ± 10.7 30.9 ± 9.0 <0.001
Education     
Junior High School and below 113 (21.0%) 30 (14.7%) 83 (24.8%) 0.008
Senior High School 158 (29.4%) 58 (28.4%) 100 (29.9%)
College and Above 267 (49.6%) 116 (56.9%) 151 (45.2%)
Monthly income (RMB, Yuan)
<=800 94 (17.5%) 25 (12.3%) 69 (20.7%) 0.031
801 - 1500 68 (12.6%) 32 (15.7%) 36 (10.8%)
1501 - 3000 191 (35.5%) 70 (34.3%) 121 (36.2%)
>3000 184 (34.2%) 77 (37.7%) 107 (32.0%)
Missing 1 (0.2%) - 1 (0.3%)
Married (Yes) 356 (66.2%) 144 (70.6%) 212 (63.5%) >0.05
insurance coverage 221 (41.2%) 106 (52.0%) 115 (34.5%) <0.001
HPV knowledge     
some 109 (20.3%) 44 (21.6%) 65 (19.5%) >0.05
little 290 (53.9%) 101 (49.5%) 189 (56.6%)
none 139 (25.8%) 59 (28.9%) 80 (24.0%)
Heterosexual - 201 (98.5%) -  
Sexual style     
vaginal 181 (88.7%) 181 (88.7%) -  
vaginal + oral sex 18 (8.8%) 18 (8.8%) -  
others 5 (2.5%) 5 (2.5%) -  
HIP mean score (95% CI ) 50.49 (49.41-51.57) 49.20 (47.46-50.94) 51.38 (49.95-52.80) 0.007
  1. *Reported as n (%), P value (2-sides) estimated using Chi-square test, except for age and HIP mean score, which were estimated using T-test. CI, Confidence interval.