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Table 1 Participants baseline characteristics

From: A feasibility study to develop and test a Spanish patient and provider intervention for managing osteoarthritis in Hispanic/Latino adults (PRIMO-Latino)

Characteristic Total sample (n = 15)a
Age in years, mean (SD) 46 (11)
Women, n (%) 13 (87)
High school education or less, n (%) 11 (74)
Married, n (%) 8 (53)
Country of origin, n (%)
 Mexico 7 (47)
 Ecuador 1 (6.7)
 Honduras 5 (33.3)
 Panama 1 (6.7)
 Puerto Rico 1 (6.7)
Years in the USA, mean (SD) 15.4 (6.5)
Income < $30,000 per year per family, n (%) 9 (60)
Work status, n (%)a
 Full time 4 (27)
 Part time 6 (40)
 Unemployed 3 (20)
No health insurance, n (%) 11 (74)
BMI, mean (SD), kg/m2 32 (7)
Joints with osteoarthritis, n (%)
 Knee only 11 (73.3)
 Hip only 1 (6.7)
 Knee and hip 3 (20)
Duration of arthritis symptoms, mean (SD), years 6.3 (7)
  1. aSome measurements had missing values
  2. BMI body mass indexm, WOMAC Spanish-Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index, SD standard deviation, SPPB short physical performance battery, PHQ-8 8-item Patient Health Questionnaire