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Table 2 Arab Muslim women pregnant with fetuses diagnosed with congenital abnormalities (age, marital status, number of pregnancy, geographic location of interview, socio-economic status)

From: Decision-making on terminating pregnancy for Muslim Arab women pregnant with fetuses with congenital anomalies: maternal affect and doctor-patient communication

Interviewee No. Age (Years) Marital Status Number of Pregnancy Geographic location of Interview Socio-Economic Status
1 31 Married 3 Nazareth (city) Medium
2 33 Married 3 Nazareth (city) Medium
3 21 Married 1 Nazareth (city) High
4 24 Married 1 Daburiyya (village) Medium
5 37 Married 4 Yafia (village) Medium
6 25 Married 2 Nazareth (city) Medium
7 32 Married 4 Mashhad (village) Medium
8 27 Married 4 Reina (village) Medium
9 32 Married 1 Sullam (village) High
10 23 Married 1 Ein Mahl (village) Medium
11 39 Married 4 Nazareth (city) High
12 28 Married 3 Tayba Elzoabia (village) High
13 23 Married 1 Nazareth (city) High
14 32 Married 3 Kfar Manda (village) Medium
15 31 Married 2 Nazareth (city) High
16 23 Married 1 Daburiyya (village) High
17 33 Married 3 Shefaram (village) High
18 35 Married 1 Nazareth (city) High
19 36 Married 5 Nazareth (city) Medium
20 31 Married 3 Nazareth (city) High
21 37 Married 3 Nazareth High
22 38 Married 4 Kafr Kanna Low
23 35 Married 3 Tayba Elzoabia Medium
24 22 Married 1 Iksal High