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Table 1 Characteristics of survey respondents compared to overall study intervention participants (N = 128)

From: Patient perceptions, opinions and satisfaction of telehealth with remote blood pressure monitoring postpartum

Characteristics Survey Respondents (N = 128) Intervention Participants (N = 214) p-value
Age (years) 32 ± 4.6 31 ± 5.0 0.06
BMI at delivery (kg/m2) 37 (31.0–41.1) 35 (24.4–36.0) 0.588
Non-Hispanic white 112 (88) 175 (85) 0.537
Marital status (married) 113 (88) 163 (76) 0.006
Hypertension diagnosis    0.786
 Chronic without Superimposed Preeclampsia) 10 (8.0) 21 (9.8)  
 Chronic with Superimposed Preeclampsia 10 (8.0) 22 (10.3)
 Gestational 42 (33.0) 62 (29.0)
 Preeclampsia 76 (59.3) 131 (61.2)
  Severe features 40 (31.0) 51 (23.8)
  Without severe features 35 (27.0) 80 (37.4)
  HELLP 4 (3.0) 11 (5.6)
  Eclampsia 1 (0.8) 1 (0.4)
Insurance status, n (%)    0.055
 Private 118 (92) 185 (86)  
 Medicaid 9 (0.7) 30 (14)
 Other 1 (0.007)
  1. Continuous data presented as mean ± SD for parametric and median (interquartile range) for nonparametric distributions. Categorical data presented as N (%)
  2. Statistical tests including Wilcoxon rank sum test, Chi-square or fishers exact test were used where appropriate
  3. BMI Body Mass Index, HELLP Hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, low platelets