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Table 2 Scheme of the qualitative data analysis

From: Validation of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) Core Set for rheumatoid arthritis from the patient perspective using focus groups

Transcription   Meaning unit ICF category
Moderator: If you think about your body, what functional problems do you have?   
Patient A: I used to go to sports very often. Now I can't anymore. I even had to quit swimming Restriction of sports Quit swimming d9201 sports d4554 swimming
Patient B: Exactly! I also had to quit swimming.   
Patient C: I can no longer cycle. (...) Quit cycling d4750 driving human-powered transportation
Moderator: If you think about your body, where are your biggest problems?   
Patient C: Toes, ankle joints, knee joints, fingers Toes
Ankle joints
s7502 structure of ankle & foot
s75021 ankle joint & joints of foot and toes
   Knee joints s75011 knee joint
   Fingers s7302 structure of hand
Patient A: What bothers me are my wrists. (...) Wrists s73021 joints of hand and fingers
  1. The transcription undergoes qualitative analysis to derive a meaning unit that is then linked to an International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) category.
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