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Table 1 Respondent characteristics

From: Cardiopulmonary arrest in primary care clinics: more holes than cheese: a survey of the knowledge and attitudes of primary care physicians regarding resuscitation

Characteristic % (n = 185)
Sex ---
 Female 58.4% (n = 108)
 Male 37.8% (n = 70)
Years since graduation from medical school ---
 <5 6.5% (n = 12)
 5-10 18.5% (n = 35)
 10-20 31.9% (n = 59)
 >20 40.5% (n = 75)
Country of graduation from medical school ---
 Israel 57.8% (n = 107)
 Elsewhere 41.1% (n = 76)
Medical Specialty ---
 Board certified family care physician 67.9% (n = 129)
 Other board certified expertise 15.1% (n = 28)
 Resident 10.3% (n = 19)
Location ---
 Urban 72.4% (n = 134)
 Rural 27.6% (n = 51)
BLS training ---
 Yes 98.3% (n = 180)
 No 1.6% (n = 3)
Time of BLS training ---
 <2 Years 54.6% (n = 101)
 2-5 Years 34.6% (n = 64)
 >5 Years 7.6% (n = 14)
  1. Missing data: Sex n = 7, Years since graduation n = 4, Country of graduation n = 2, Specialty n = 9, BLS training n = 2, Time of BLS training n = 6