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Table 1 (abstract P518). ICU vs. non-ICU nurses and gender differences in coping with the COVID-19 outbreak

From: 40th International Symposium on Intensive Care & Emergency Medicine 2020 – Part 2

Data (n=73) Non-ICU healthcare personnel (n=62) ICU nurses (n=11) Male (n=16) Female (n=57)
Current feeling Worried: n=22 (35.5%)
Not worried: n=30 (48.4%)
Worried: n=7 (63.6 %)
Not worried: n=1 (9.1%)
Worried: n=3 (18.75%)
Afraid: n=0 (0%)
Worried: n=26 (45.5%)
Afraid: n= 8 (14%)
Sufficient safety measurements Yes: n=49 (79%) No: n=9 (14.5%) Yes: n=9 (81.8%)
No: n=2 (18.2%)
Yes: n=10 (62.5%)
No: n=4 (25%)
Yes: n=48 (84.2%) p-value <0.0001 No: n=7 (12.3%)
Sufficient support of the hospital management Yes: n=47 (75.8%)
No: n=6 (9.7%)
Yes: n=9 (81.8%)
No: n=1 (9.1%)
Yes: n=9 (56.25%)
No: n=3 (18.75%)
Yes: n=47 (82.4%) P-value <0.0001 No: n=4 (7%)
Insomnia/stress: behavioral changes at home Yes: n=41 (66.1%)
No: n=20 (32.2%)
Yes: n=8 (72.7%)
No: n=3 (27.3%)
Yes: n=12 (75%) No: n=4 (25%) Yes: n=37 (64.9%) p-value=0.0182 No: n=19 (33.3%)
Fear of getting infected Themselves: n=40 (64.5%) Family: n=47 (75.8%) Themselves: n=9 (81.8%)
Family: n=10 (90.9%)
Themselves: n=9 (56.25%)
Family: n=11 (68.75%)
Themselves: n=40 (70.2%)
Family: n=46 (80.7%)
Need for mental break Yes: n=47 (75.8%)
No: n=12 (19.3%)
Yes: n=9 (81.8%)
No: n=2 (18.2%)
Yes: n=8 (50%) No: n=6 (37.5%) Yes: n=48 (84.2%) p-value<0.0001 No: n=8 (14%)
Relaxing activities to cope with situation Alcohol: n=17 (27.4%)
Sport: n=21 (33.9%)
Alcohol: n=2 (18.2%)
Sport: n=2 (18.2%)
Alcohol: n=4 (25%)
Family: n=1 (6.25%)
Alcohol: n=13 (22.8%)
Family: n=13 (22.8%)