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Table 1 Demographic and basic characteristics of the drug-facilitated crime victims

From: Drug-facilitated crime caused by drinks or foods

Variable Results
Mean (±SD) age year (range) 31.6 ± 12.4 (7–65)
Sex, n (%)
 Female 8 (15.1)
 Male 45 (84.9)
Schooling yeara, n (%)
 0 5 (9.4)
 1–5 9 (16.9)
 6–8 9 (16.9)
 9–12 22 (41.5)
 > 12 7 (13.2)
Job, n (%)
 Worker 22 (41.5)
 Clerks 7 (13.2)
 Unemployed persons 6 (11.3)
 Housekeepers 5 (9.4)
 Sellers 4 (7.5)
 Scholars 4 (7.5)
 Drivers 2 (3.8)
 Other jobs 3 (5.7)
Refer, n (%)
 EMS 21 (39.6)
 Friends 15 (28.3)
 Relatives 12 (22.6)
Motive, n (%)
 Robbery 41 (77.4)
 Rape 2 (3.8)
 Not defined 10 (18.8)
Location of crime,
n (%)
 Intra-city travels 10 (18.9)
 Inter-city travels 9 (17)
 Terminals 4 (7.5)
 Workplaces 10 (18.8)
 Within the city 10 (18.8)
 Victim’s property 7 (13.2)
 Party 3 (5.7)
Mean (±SD) GCSb
(range)
13.98 ± 0.88
(12–15)
Edible offered, n (%)
 Juice 20 (37.7)
 Food 7 (13.2)
 Chocolate 6 (11.3)
 Medicine 6 (11.3)
 Biscuit 5 (9.4)
 Cake 4 (7.5)
 Tea 2 (3.8)
 Other drinkable liquids 3 (5.7)
Median [IQR] crime elapsed time (h) 3 [2, 8] (1–120)
Median[IQR] test elapsed time (h) (range) 11 [3.7, 20.5] (1, 120)
Mean (±SD) hours of admission length (range) 25 ± 8 (0–48)
  1. aA missing data
  2. bGlasgow Coma Scale