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Table 3 Most referenced ICF categories by percentage of participants

From: The impact of gout as described by patients, using the lens of The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF): a qualitative study

  number of participants   
Name us N = 20 nz N = 10 spain N = 17 All total as % of total participants
e355 Health professionals ++ 20 10 16 46 98%
d570 Looking after one’s health -- negative impacts 19 10 16 45 96%
b280 Sensation of pain 20 10 15 45 96%
e110 Products or substances for personal consumption -- facilitator 19 10 15 44 94%
personal factors 20 10 14 44 94%
d570 Looking after one’s health -- positive impacts 17 10 13 40 85%
e110 Products or substances for personal consumption -- barrier 15 9 11 35 74%
d850 Remunerative employment 16 10 7 33 70%
d450 Walking 20 8 5 33 70%
b126 Temperament and personality functions 19 6 7 32 68%
e310 Immediate family ++ 13 7 7 27 57%
d920 Recreation and leisure 14 6 7 27 57%
b152 Emotional functions 17 8 2 27 57%
b270 Sensory functions related to temperature and other stimuli 13 6 6 25 53%
b770 Gait pattern functions 17 3 5 25 53%
s750 Structure of lower extremity 16 2 6 24 51%
d4 mobility 16 3 5 24 51%
d455 Moving around 19 2 2 23 49%
e355 Health professionals -- 3 7 12 22 47%
d activities 16 1 5 22 47%