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Table 1 Demographics

From: A pilot test of the Adult Sickle Cell Quality of Life Measurement Information System (ASCQ-Me) and the Jenerette Self-Care Assessment (J-SAT) Tools in adults with sickle cell disease

Characteristic Total sample (n = 20), n (%)
Age 38.5 ± 13.7
 18–24 2.0 (10.0)
 25–34 7.0 (35.0)
 35–44 5.0 (25.0)
 45–54 3.0 (15.0)
 55–64 2.0 (10.0)
 65–74 1.0 (5.0)
Sex
 Male 8.0 (40.0)
 Female 12.0 (60.0)
Race
 Black or African American 19.0 (100.0)
Ethnicity
 Not-Hispanic/Latino 18.0 (100.0)
Social status  
 Single 15.0 (75.0)
 Married 4 .0 (20.0)
 Divorced 1.0 (5.0)
Children
 0 13.0 (65.0)
 1 3.0 (15.0)
 2 3.0 (15.0)
 3 1.0 (5.0)
Education
 High school/GED 2.0 (10.0)
 Some college 5.0 (25.0)
 Trade or vocational training 3.0 (15.0)
 Bachelor’s degree 5.0 (25.0)
 Graduate school 5.0 (25.0)
Yearly income
 Less than $11,000 7.0 (35.0)
 $20,001–$30,000 2.0 (10.0)
 $30,001–$40,000 3.0 (15.0)
 $50,001–$75,000 3.0 (15.0)
 $75,001–$100,000 3.0 (15.0)
 More than $100,000 2.0 (10.0)
Genotype
 HbSS 10.0 (52.63)
 HbSC 8 .0 (42.11)
 Hb SS/a-thalassemia 1 .0 (5.26)