Table 1

Characterization of interviewees by sex, age, education, marital status, clinical form of TB, and occupation
Int. Sex Age Schooling Marital status Clinical form Occupation at the time of the interviews
1 M 73 8 to 12 years Married peritoneal military, retired
2 M 40 8 to 12 years Married pleural heavy-duty hydraulic technician, rodeo clown, on sick leave
3 M 58 Illiterate Divorced pulmonary bricklayer, on sick leave
4 M 31 8 to 12 years Single pulmonary general services assistant, working
5 M 46 4 to 7 years Divorced pulmonary bricklayer, unemployed
6 M 73 1 to 3 years Divorced pulmonary rectifier, retired
7 M 48 4 to 7 years Married pulmonary general services assistant, working
8 M 80 12 or more years Married pulmonary professor, working
9 F 19 8 to 12 years Single pulmonary studying
10 F 56 4 to 7 years Married pulmonary visually impaired, retired
11 M 56 8 to 12 years Married pleural auto-mechanic, retired
12 F 29 8 to 12 years Married pulmonary steel worker, working
13 M 16 8 to 12 years Single pulmonary studying
14 M 52 8 to 12 years Cohabiting pulmonary driver, working
15 M 52 12 or more years Married pulmonary teacher, working

Dias et al.

Dias et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:595   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-595

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