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Table 5 Self-rated health, presence of chronic somatic and mental diseases in patients for the study period

From: Did past economic prosperity affect the health related quality of life predictors? A longitudinal study on a representative sample of Slovenian family medicine patients

  N (%)
0 months 6 months 24 months
Self-rated health 317 (52.7%) 294 (48.9%) 277 (46.1%)
Arterial hypertension 165 (27.5%) 173 (28.8%) 178 (29.6%)
Chronic pain 122 (20.3%) 118 (19.6%) 127 (21.1%)
Injury 82 (13.6%) 62 (10.3%) 72 (12.0%)
Gastric ulcer 53 (8.8%) 52 (8.7%) 60 (10.0%)
Artritis 39 (6.5%) 43 (7.2%) 53 (8.8%)
Diabetes mellitus 36 (6.0%) 39 (6.5%) 39 (6.5%)
Coronary heart disease 35 (5.8%) 36 (6.0%) 39 (6.5%)
Chronic pulmonary disease 33 (5.5%) 30 (5.0%) 34 (5.7%)
Deafness 30 (5.0%) 34 (5.7%) 42 (7.0%)
Presence of chronic somatic diseases 405 (67.4%) 383 (63.7%) 405 (67.4%)
Depression 93 (15.5%) 69 (11.5%) 72 (12.0%)
Anxiety disorders 49 (8.2%) 39 (6.5%) 40 (6.7%)
Alcohol consumption Lower risk drinking 571 (95.0%) 580 (96.5%) 591 (98.3%)
Risk drinking 30 (5.0%) 21 (3.5%) 10 (1.7%)