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Table 1 Chronic patients interviewed and Staff member interviewed working at different levels of PHC

From: Comprehensive primary health care and non-communicable diseases management: a case study of El Salvador

Chronic PatientsNCD sufferedSexAgeMarital statusChildrenLevel of educationOccupation
1.HypertensionF44Accompained6Primary education (until 8 years old)Homemaker
2.HypertensionF77Married6 (2 died)Primary educationSeamstress
3.DM type 2F57Married12 (5 died)IlliterateStreet food vendor
4.HypertensionF70Married6Homemaker
5.HypertensionM77Widow6Primary educationFarmer
6.DM type 2F62WidowBasic (1 year)Domestic worker
7.Hypertension + CKDF49Separated4Primary educationHomemaker
8.HypertensionF70Accompained8 (2 died)Primary educationHomemaker
9.DM type 2F61Married3IlliterateHomemaker
10.CKDM58Married6Primary educationFarmer
11.HypertensionM80Married4IlliterateFarmer
12.Hypertension + CKDM66Accompained6 (2 died)IlliterateFarmer
13.Hypertension + CKDF61Married3IlliterateHomemaker
14.HypertensionF64Married7Primary educationCook
PHC staffProfessional profileSex
Coordination level1.Departamental CoordinatorMale (M)
2.&3.Intermunicipal coordinatorsM
4.Regional coordinatorM
Interdisciplinary PHC team5. Health educatorFemale (F)
6.Sanitary inspectorF
7.Medical student completing year of social serviceM
8.General practitionerM
9.Family doctorF
10.NursesF
11.PharmacistF
12.Laboratory technicianM