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Table 3 Epidemiological features of the mothers of children with CZS

From: Health demands and care of children with congenital Zika syndrome and their mothers in a Brazilian state

IDCitySchoolingYears of studyPlanned gestationMarital status during pregnancyMarital status during data collectionOccupationFamily income (USD)Per capita income (USD)
1Campo GrandeComplete HS11NoSingleSingleFilling station attendant238.5079.50
2Campo GrandeComplete HS11YesMarriedMarriedHousewife65.0021.67
3CaracolIncomplete HE13YesMarriedSingleaHousewife237.5079.17
4Campo GrandeIncomplete HS9NoMarriedSingleaHousewife350.00116.67
5Campo GrandeComplete HE16YesMarriedMarriedProfessor750.00187.50
6Campo GrandeIncomplete HS9YesMarriedMarriedHousewife477.00159.00
7Rio Verde de Mato GrossoComplete HE15YesMarriedMarriedPublic servant500.00100.00
8Campo GrandeMaster’s degree17NoMarriedMarriedLawyer750.00187.50
9Campo GrandeComplete HS11NoSingleSingleHousewife238.50119.25
10Campo GrandeIncomplete HS10NoMarriedMarriedBaker275.0055.00
11Campo GrandeIncomplete HE13MarriedMarriedStudent
12Campo GrandeComplete HE15SingleBiotechnologist
13CamapuãIncomplete ES9SingleHousewife
14DouradosComplete HS11SingleHousewife
  1. Abbreviations: --, no data available, ES Elementary school, HE Higher education, HS High school, ID Identification number, USD United States dollars
  2. amarital status changed