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Table 1 APPEAL-1 and APPEAL-2 sample characteristics

From: Allergy to Peanuts imPacting Emotions And Life (APPEAL): the impact of peanut allergy on children, adolescents, adults and caregivers in France

Characteristic APPEAL-1 APPEAL-2
Adults (self- and proxy-report) Children (proxy-report) Age 0–3 years Children (proxy-report) Age 4–12 years Teenagers (proxy-report) Age 13–17 years Caregivers Adults Children (Age 8–12 years) Teenagers
N 100 6 55 37 8 8 8 8
Age: Mean (SD), years 35.9 (16.2) 1.7 (1.0) 7.9 (2.5) 14.9 (1.3) 37.4 (4.4) 24.4 (3.0) 10.0 (1.4) 15.1 (1.0)
Gender: Female, n (%) 67 (67) 2 (33) 29 (53) 17 (46) 8 (100) 6 (75) 3 (38) 5 (63)
Other FA, n (%)
 Tree nuts 51 (51) 4 (67) 42 (76) 27 (73) 2 (25)a 0 (0) 1 (13) 1 (13)
 Other food 69 (69) 4 (67) 48 (87) 29 (78) 2 (25) 4 (50) 4 (50) 4 (50)
AAI prescribed: Yes, n (%) 47 (47) 5 (83) 40 (73) 23 (62) 5 (63)a 7 (88) 4 (50) 7 (88)
  1. AAI adrenaline autoinjector, FA food allergy, SD standard deviation
  2. a Child’s FA/AAI prescription