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Table 1 Sociodemographic and clinical features

From: Inclusion of information technology-based assessments of health-related quality of life in routine oncology practice in Uruguay

  Intervention group (n = 36) Control group (n = 22) Total (n = 58)
Age: mean (range) 58 years (28–79) 60 years (18–74) (%) 59 years (18–79) (%)
Gender % % %
 Female 66.7 63.6 65.5
 Male 33.3 36.4 34.5
Marital status % % %
 Married/unmarried couple 41.7 50 44.8
 Divorced /separated/widow 27.8 22.6 25.8
 Single 27.8 18.2 24.1
Household composition % % %
 No data 2.8 9.1 5.2
 Living alone 11.1 13.6 12.1
 Living with relatives or others 86.1 77.2 82.7
 No data 2.8 9.1 5.2
Occupation % % %
 Full time or partial time job 22.2 13.6 18.9
 Retired/pension/medical leave 44.4 50 46.5
 Unemployment insurance/ looking for a job 16.6 22.7 18.9
 Student 2.8 0 1.7
 No data 13. 8 13.6 13.7
Profess a religion % % %
 Yes 69.4 40.9 58.6
 No 30.6 59.1 41.4
Type of cancer % % %
 Breast and gynecological 47.2 54.5 50
 Lung 13.8 9.1 12.1
 Urologic 2.7 9.1 5.2
 Digestive 33.3 18.1 27.5
 Other 12.7 9.1 5.2
Type of treatment % % %
 CT or CT + RT 83.3 77.2 81
 Biological therapy 5.5 4.5 5.1
 CT + Biological therapy 8.3 4.5 7.9
 Hormone therapy 0 9 3.4
 Other 2.8 4.5 3.4
Treatment intention % % %
 Adjuvant/neoadjuvant 55.5 54.5 55.1
 Definitive CT/RT or Hormonal/RT 11.1 13.6 12.1
 Paliative 33.3 31.8 32.7
  1. CT Chemotherapy, RT Radiotherapy