Table 3: Showing the gender wise differences in the percentage of fainting and nonfainting sufferers for BII phobia in different samples of the population.

Five different samples Percentage of total fainter Percentage of total nonfainter Percentage of total fainter malesPercentage of total nonfainter malesPercentage of total fainter femalesPercentage of
total nonfainter
females
(O.R)95% CI

Sample 157.1442.8628.5771.4366.6633.340.420.07, 2.37
Sample 254.5445.4638.4661.5465.035.00.591.17, 2.05
Sample 353.3346.6750.050.062.0637.940.800.28, 2.26
Sample 462.5037.533.3366.6772.2227.780.460.08, 2.66
Sample 551.3548.6546.6653.3454.5445.450.850.27, 2.67

Mean ± SD
Mean ± SD
Mean ± SD
Mean ± SD
Mean ± SD
Mean ± SD
Mean
(O.R)
0.66
0.37, 1.16

The percentage of fainting among male and female subjects in the cases of BII phobia in males as 25.57%, SD ± 4.46, and in females as 74.41%, SD ± 4.46.
“O.R” is odds ratio; CI is confidence interval; .