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Table 1 Socio-demographic data characteristics of the participants

From: Predictor of multidrug resistant tuberculosis in southwestern part of Ethiopia: a case control study

Variables Cases (n = 59)
No. (%)
Controls (n = 73)
No. (%)
Total (n = 132)
No. (%)
Sex
 Male 36 (61) 35 (48) 71 (53.8)
 Female 23 (39) 38 (52) 61 (46.2)
Age
 5–14 5 (8.5) 5 (6.8) 10 (7.6)
 15–24 17 (28.8) 20 (27.4) 37 (28)
 25–34 20 (33.9) 29 (39.7) 49 (37.1)
 35–44 11 (18.7) 10 (13.7) 21 (15.9)
 > 45 6 (10) 9 (12.5) 15 (11.4)
Religion
 Muslim 40 (67.8) 53 (72.6) 93 (70.4)
 Orthodox 9 (15.2) 18 (24.7) 27 (20.4)
 Protestant 7 (11.9) 0 (0) 7 (5.3)
 Catholic 3 (5.1) 2 (2.7) 5 (3.8)
Residence
 Rural 25 (42) 44 (60) 69 (52.3)
 Urban 34 (58) 29 (40) 63 (47.7)
Marital status
 Married 35 (59) 44 (60.2) 79 (59.8)
 Single 19 (32) 17 (23.3) 36 (27.3)
 Divorced 4 (6.78) 6 (8.2) 10 (7.6)
 Widowed 1 (1.7) 6 (8.2) 7 (5.3)
Monthly income (Eth. Birr)
 < 500 34 (57.6) 45 (61.6) 79 (59.8)
 501–1000 13 (32.2) 18 (24.6) 31 (23.5)
 1001–1500 6 (10.2) 2 (2.7) 8 (6.1)
 > 1500 6 (10.2) 8 (10.9) 14 (10.6)
Educational status
 Tertiary 2 (3.9) 6 (8.2) 8 (6.1)
 Secondary 8 (13.5) 8 (10.9) 16 (12.1)
 Primary 26 (44) 30 (41) 56 (42.4)
 Illiterate 23 (39) 29 (39.7) 52 (39.4)
Means of transportation
 On foot 37 (63) 60 (82) 97 (73.5)
 Public transport 22 (37) 13 (18) 35 (26.5)
Occupational status
 Gov’t employee 5 (8.5) 7 (10) 12 (9.1)
 Farmers 21 (35.5) 25 (34) 46 (34.8)
 House wife 5 (8.5) 14 (19) 19 (14.4)
 Merchant 8 (13.5) 6 (8.2) 14 (10.6)
 Student 5 (8.5) 9 (12) 14 (10.6)
 Daily laborer 9 (15) 8 (11) 17 (12.9)
 Others* 6 (10) 4 (5) 10 (7.6)
  1. * Drivers, NGO worker, unemployed