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Table 1 Socio-demographic and clinical characteristics of OCD patients

From: Patient satisfaction with specialized mental health service for obsessive-compulsive disorder

  OCD (n = 40)
Gender (n (%))  
  Female 23 (57.5)
  Male 17 (42.5)
Age (mean (SD), range, years) 39.4 (10.1), 22–55
Marital status (n (%))  
  Married/cohabitating 25 (62.5)
  Single 15 (37.5)
Education (n (%))  
  Upper grade 26 (65)
  Middle grade 7 (17.5)
  Lower grade 7 (17.5)
Occupational status (n (%))  
  Employed 19 (47.5)
  Student 6 (15)
  Homemaker 2 (5)
  Unemployed 3 (7.5)
  Retired, unable to work (sickness) 10 (25)
Duration of illness (mean (SD) years) 17.5 (11)
Age of onset (mean (SD), years) 21.9 (10.3)
HAMD score (mean (SD)) 13.43 (7.9)
BDI (mean (SD)) 15.08 (11.1)
Y-BOCS—Obsessions (mean (SD)) 9.8 (5.1)
Y-BOCS—Compulsions (mean (SD)) 9.2 (4.9)
Y-BOCS total score (mean (SD)) 19 (9.3)
MOCI (mean (SD)) 13.6 (4.9)
STAI I (mean (SD)) 44.5 (12.3)
STAI II (mean (SD)) 50.3 (11.8)
CGI (mean (SD)) 4.5 (1.0)
PSP (mean (SD)) 45 (18.5)
  1. HAMD Hamilton Depression Scale, BDI Beck Depression Inventory, Y-BOCS Yale-Brown Obsessive-Compulsive Scale, MOCI Maudsley Obsession-Compulsive Inventory, CGI Clinical Global Impressions, STAI State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, PSP Personal and Social Performance Scale, SD standard deviation.