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Table 3 Percentage of reported problems in the EQ-5D-Y dimensions by study sample

From: Measuring health-related quality of life in elementary and secondary school students using the Chinese version of the EQ-5D-Y in rural China

 Elementary School (n = 1728), % (n)Secondary school,(n = 2114), % (n)
Mobility (walking about)
No problems96.7 (1657)98.9 (2085)
Some problems2.4 (41)1.0 (21)
A lot of problems0.93 (16)0.09 (2)
Total100 (1714)100 (2108)
p-valuea< 0.0001 
Missing valuesb0.81 (14)0.28 (6)
Looking after myself
No problems95.6 (1640)99.1 (2089)
Some problems3.9 (66)0.76 (16)
A lot of problems0.52 (9)0.14 (3)
Total100 (1715)100 (2108)
p-valuea< 0.0001 
Missing valuesb0.75 (13)0.28 (6)
Doing usual activities
No problems90.3 (1549)97.2 (2046)
Some problems7.8 (134)2.4 (51)
A lot of problems1.9 (32)0.43 (9)
Total100100
p-valuea< 0.0001 
Missing valuesb0.75 (13)0.38 (8)
Having pain or discomfort
No problems77.4 (1326)71.3 (1491)
Some problems20.5 (351)28.0 (585)
A lot of problems2.2 (37)0.72 (15)
Total100 (1714)100 (2091)
p-valuea< 0.0001 
Missing valuesb0.81 (14)1.1 (23)
Feeling worried, sad or unhappy
No problems78.8 (1349)56.1 (1171)
Some problems17.6 (301)42.2 (881)
A lot of problems3.7 (63)1.6 (34)
Total100 (1713)100 (2086)
p-valuea< 0.0001 
Missing valuesb0.87 (15)1.3 (28)
  1. aP-value was based on Chi-square tests/Fisher-exact tests; bMisssing responses were excluded from the analysis