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Table 1 Sample characteristics

From: Religious coping methods predict depression and quality of life among end-stage renal disease patients undergoing hemodialysis: a cross-sectional study

Variables  
Gender
 Male 105 (65.3)
 Female 56 (34.7)
Age 50.3 ± 17.0
Economic class
 A 0
 B 9 (5.6)
 C 91 (56.5)
 D 56 (34.8)
 E 5 (3.1)
Marital status
 Married 118 (73.3)
Religion
 Catholic 128 (79.5)
 Protestant or evangelical 27 (16.8)
 No religion 6 (3.7)
End-stage renal disease etiology
 Hypertension 55 (34.2)
 Glomerulonephritis 41 (25.2)
 Diabetes 35 (21.7)
 Obstructive uropathy 13 (8.0)
 Polycystic kidney disease 6 (3.7)
 Lupus 3 (1.9)
 Undetermined 8 (5.0)
Months on dialysis 46.2 ± 51.5
Vascular access
 Fistula 130 (80.7)
 Catheter 31 (19.3)
Comorbidity (Khan index)
 Low 82 (50.9)
 Medium 59 (36.7)
 High 20 (12.4)
Religious/spiritual scores (1–5)
 Positive religious/spiritual coping score 2.92 ± 0.55
 Negative religious/spiritual coping score 1.78 ± 0.42
Depression score (0-60) (cut off for depression ≥18) 10.6 ± 9.4
Depression
 Yes 44 (27.3)
 No 117 (72.7)
Quality of life scores (0-100)
 Physical function 45.4 ± 28.8
 Role-physical 34.3 ± 38.2
 Bodily pain 61.7 ± 26.9
 General health 53.6 ± 21.8
 Vitality 62.7 ± 20.8
 Social functioning 69.3 ± 26.4
 Role-emotional 70.4 ± 64.5
 Mental health 75.2 ± 19.2
Laboratory findings
 Creatinine level (mg/dL) 8.4 ± 2.5
 Hemoglobin level (g/dL) 9.3 ± 2.2
 Albumin level (g/dL) 4.1 ± 0.4
 Calcium-phosphorus product level (mg2/dL2) 44.6 ± 10.1
 Kt/V index 1.7 ± 0.6
  1. Data are reported as the means ± SD or numbers with percentages in parentheses