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Table 5 Information extracted from the primary studies and coding procedure

From: Sexual dysfunction and satisfaction in obsessive compulsive disorder: protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis

Information extractedCodingModerator
Title of the paperFull title of the paperNo
First author nameFirst author’s last nameNo
Publication datePublication date of the paperNo
Language of the paperLanguage in which the paper is writtenNo
Publication on a peer-review journal“Yes”, “No”No
Publication type“Published on a journal”, “Conference paper”, “Thesis/doctoral dissertation”No
Country where the study was conductedName of the countryNo
Participants’ inclusion criteriaQuote the inclusion criteria reported in the study paperNo
Participants’ exclusion criteriaQuote the exclusion criteria reported in the study paperNo
Total sample size in the study No
Participants with OCDNumber of clinical participants with OCDNo
Control participantsNumber of control participantsNo
Type of control participants“Undergraduates”, “Community individuals”No
Matched controls“Yes”, “No”.
If Yes, specify if match was made on age or gender or both
No
AgeTotal study mean age and standard deviationYes
FemalesTotal percentage of femalesYes
Married/cohabitant patientsTotal percentage of married/cohabitant patientsYes
Employed patientsPercentage of employed patientsNo
OCD symptom severityMean Y-BOCS scoresYes
Research design“Cross-sectional case-control”, “Longitudinal”No
OCD diagnosisDiagnostic criteria used to establish OCD diagnosisNo
Instrument(s) used to establish OCD diagnosisAcronym of the instrument(s)No
Instrument(s) used to assess sexual dysfunctionAcronym of the instrument(s)No
Type of instrument(s) used to assess sexual dysfunction“Clinician-administered interview”, “Self-report questionnaire”No
Sexual dysfunction diagnosisDiagnostic criteria used to define sexual dysfunctionNo
Sexual dysfunction typeType of sexual dysfunction according to the classification system used in the studyNo
Sexual satisfactionCriteria used to define sexual satisfactionNo
Instrument(s) used to assess sexual satisfactionAcronym of the instrument(s)No
Age at OCD onsetMean age at OCD onset in the studyNo
Duration of OCDStudy mean duration of OCD symptoms in monthsNo
Patients on concurrent psychiatric medicationPercentage of patients on concurrent psychiatric medicationYes
Types of prescribed psychiatric medication“Atypical antipsychotics”, “Antidepressants”, “Anxiolytics”No
Types of antidepressantsGeneric name of the antidepressant typeNo
Types of antipsychoticsGeneric name of the antipsychotic type 
Presence of concurrent psychotherapeutic treatment“Yes”, “No”No
Clinical population“Outpatient”, “Inpatient”No
Patients with sexual obsessions/compulsionsPercentage of patients with sexual obsessions/compulsionsNo
Patients with contamination obsessions and/or washing compulsionsPercentage of patients with contamination obsessions and/or washing compulsionsNo
Strategies used to recruit clinical participantsQuote the strategies reported in the study paperNo
Strategies used to recruit controlsQuote the strategies reported in the study paperNo
Setting where clinical participants were recruitedQuote the setting where patients were recruitedNo
Measure(s) of depressive symptomsAcronym of the measure(s)No
Measure(s) of anxiety symptomsAcronym of the measure(s)No
Comorbid depressive disordersPercentage of patients with comorbid depressive disordersYes
Comorbid anxiety disordersPercentage of patients with any comorbid anxiety disorders (if different anxiety disorders are reported a mean percentage of any anxiety disorders in the study is calculated)Yes
Comorbid eating disordersPercentage of patients with comorbid eating disordersNo
Comorbid personality disordersPercentage of patients with comorbid personality disordersNo
Comorbid alcohol/substance abuse/dependencePercentage of patients with comorbid alcohol/substance abuse/dependenceNo
Comorbid general medical diseasePercentage of patients with comorbid general medical diseaseYes
Study methodological qualityScore on the Newcastle-Ottawa ScaleYes