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Table 4 Treatment satisfaction, and patient and physician concordance

From: The multifaceted impact of anxiety and depression on patients with rheumatoid arthritis

  Overall, N = 1015 No self-reported anxiety/depression, n = 625 Self-reported anxiety/depression, n = 390 P-value (atest)
Physician-reported satisfaction with current control of patient condition, n (%)
 Not satisfied 292 (28.8) 131 (21.0) 161 (41.3)  
 Satisfied 723 (71.2) 494 (79.0) 229 (58.7) <.001 (FE)
Patient-reported satisfaction with current treatment of condition, n (%)
 Not satisfied 231 (24.8) 96 (16.6) 135 (38.2)  
 Satisfied 701 (75.2) 483 (83.4) 218 (61.8) <.001 (FE)
bMissing, n 83 46 37  
Patient-physician concordance on satisfaction with current treatment, n (%)
 Both agree 746 (80.0) 480 (82.9) 266 (75.4)  
 Physician satisfied (not patient) 77 (8.3) 37 (6.4) 40 (11.3)  
 Patient satisfied (not physician) 109 (11.7) 62 (10.7) 47 (13.3) .009 (PC)
bMissing, n 83 46 37  
  1. FE Fisher’s exact test; PC Pearson’s chi-squared
  2. aIndicates statistical test performed
  3. bNumber of patients for whom data were not reported