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Table 1 Distribution of Sociodemographic Factors between the Herpes Zoster Case-Patients and Controls

From: A case control study on family history as a risk factor for herpes zoster and associated outcomes, Beijing, China

  Case-Patients, n (%) Controls, n (%)  
N = 227 N = 678 P value
Sex    0.53
 Male 101 (44.5) 318 (46.9)  
 Female 126 (55.5) 360 (53.1)  
Age (years)    0.92
  < 40 47 (20.7) 140 (20.7)  
 40–49 45 (19.8) 138 (20.4)  
 50–59 55 (24.2) 173 (25.5)  
 60–69 54 (23.8) 142 (20.9)  
  ≥ 70 26 (11.5) 85 (12.5)  
Education    0.17
 Elementary school or less 78 (34.3) 233 (34.3)  
 Middle school 62 (27.3) 231 (34.1)  
 High school 51 (22.5) 133 (19.6)  
 College and above 36 (15.9) 81 (12.0)  
Residency    0.93
 Local resident 201 (88.6) 598 (88.3)  
 Mobile population 26 (11.5) 79 (11.7)  
Nationality    0.16
 Han 215 (94.7) 655 (96.8)  
 Other 12 (5.3) 22 (3.3)  
Profession    0.45
 Farmer 117 (51.5) 366 (54.0)  
 Worker 31 (13.7) 63 (9.3)  
 Teacher 4 (1.8) 11 (1.6)  
 Healthcare worker 0 (0.0) 7 (1.0)  
 Government employee 9 (4.0) 16 (2.4)  
 Retired 25 (11.00 79 (11.7)  
 Student 1 (0.4) 4 (0.6)  
 Unemployed 12 (5.3) 44 (6.5)  
 Other 28 (12.3) 88 (13.0)  
Underlying medical condition   0.25
 Yes 53 (23.4) 134 (19.8)  
 No 174 (76.7) 544 (80.2)