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Table 3 Linear regression models, HRQoL

From: Thoughts about health and patient-reported outcomes among people with diabetes mellitus: results from the DiaDec-study

  Physical summary score of the SF-12 Mental summary score of the SF-12
Beta 95%-CI p-value Beta 95%-CI p-value
Univariate model n = 660    n = 660   
 No thoughts 0.00    0.00   
 Low frequency and negative thoughts −9.56 [−11.64; −7.47] < 0.001 −9.52 [−11.42; −7.63] < 0.001
 Low frequency and positive thoughts −4.22 [−6.14; −2.30] < 0.001 −2.10 [−3.84; −0.36] 0.018
 High frequency and negative thoughts −14.65 [−17.09; −12.21] < 0.001 −16.88 [−19.10; −14.67] < 0.001
 High frequency and positive thoughts −12.67 [−16.95; −8.40] < 0.001 −11.11 [−14.99; −7.23] < 0.001
Multivariate modela n = 624    n = 624   
 No thoughts 0.00    0.00   
 Low frequency and negative thoughts −8.96 [−11.00; −6.93] < 0.001 −9.20 [−11.15; −7.25] < 0.001
 Low frequency and positive thoughts −3.56 [−5.43; −1.70] < 0.001 −2.02 [−3.82; −0.23] 0.027
 High frequency and negative thoughts −14.25 [−16.75; −11.75] < 0.001 −15.57 [−17.98; −13.17] < 0.001
 High frequency and positive thoughts −11.32 [−15.51; −7.13] < 0.001 −9.91 [−13.95; −5.89] < 0.001
  1. SF-12 12-Item Short-Form Survey, CI confidence interval
  2. aadjusted for sociodemographic (age, sex, education, employment, marital status) and health-related variables (diabetes duration ≥10 years, oral glucose-lowering drugs, insulin, number of comorbidities > 3)