Table 1

Patient and carer demographics
ID number Gender Age Ethnicity Severity of CFS/ME (self-defined) Number of years since diagnosis
Patient 1 Female 42 White British Severe 9
Patient 2 Male 50 White British Moderate/severe (now mild) 3
Patient 3 Male 61 Indian Severe 22
Patient 4 Female 28 White British Mild 1.5
Patient 5 Female 39 White British Mild/moderate 0.5
Patient 6 Female 37 South Asian Moderate/severe 7
Patient 7 Male 46 White British Mild/moderate 7
Patient 8 Female 64 White British Severe 20
Patient 9 Female 52 South Asian Mild/moderate Self-diagnosed
Patient 10 Female 32 Other white Mild/moderate 2
Patient 11 Male 35 Indian Moderate (recently recovered) 1
Patient 12 Female 38 South Asian Mild/moderate 2.5
Patient 13 Female 48 South Asian Moderate 2
Patient 14 Male 38 South Asian Mild 6
Patient 15 Female 40 Black British Moderate 3
Patient 16 Female 39 Black British Mild Self-diagnosed
Carer 1 Female 66 White British Cares for daughter: severe 16
Carer 2 Female 53 White British Cares for son: moderate 4
Carer 3 Female 45 White British Cares for husband: severe 6
Carer 4 Female 47 White British Cares for daughter: mild/moderate 5
Carer 5 Female 57 Indian Cares for husband: severe 22
Carer 6 Male 58 White British Cares for wife: moderate/severe 10
Carer 7 Male 70 White British Cares for wife: moderate/severe 22
Carer 8 Male 58 White British Cares for wife: moderate 12.5
Carer 9 Male 46 White British Cares for wife: moderate 2
Carer 10 Male 71 South Asian Cares for his wife: moderate/severe 8

Hannon et al.

Hannon et al. BMC Family Practice 2012 13:93   doi:10.1186/1471-2296-13-93

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