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Table 5 Multiple regression analysis

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

  an Result P-value 95% CI
bModel coefficients
 HAQ-DI 947 0.349 <.001 0.247–0.451
 Percent overall work impairment 323 11.819 .001 5.019–18.618
 Percent activity impairment 912 14.728 <.001 11.341–18.115
cOdds ratios
 Unemployment 966 1.737 .001 1.248–2.417
 Patient-reported dissatisfaction 913 2.278 <.001 1.540–3.368
dRelative risk ratio
 Both patient and physician agree [Reference category in multinomial logistic regression]
 Physician satisfied only 913 2.193 .002 1.325–3.629
 Patient satisfied only 913 0.831 .443 0.517–1.334
  1. All models controlled for age, region (the USA or Europe), patient sex, body mass index, current severity as stated by the physician, number of flares in the last 12 months and physician global assessment
  2. CI confidence interval; HAQ-DI Health Assessment Questionnaire Disability Index; T2T treat-to-target
  3. aSample size for regression model
  4. bThe coefficient indicates the unit increase of parameter of interest for patients reporting anxiety/depression on the EQ-5D-3L domain compared with those not reporting any anxiety/depression
  5. cThe odds ratio indicates the odds of the parameter of interest occurring for patients reporting anxiety/depression on the EQ-5D-3L domain compared with those not reporting any anxiety/depression
  6. dThe relative risk ratio indicates the factor increase in the relative risk of only the physician being satisfied with current treatment (not the patient) for patients reporting anxiety or depression on the EQ-5D-3L domain compared with those not reporting any anxiety or depression