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Table 2 Quality of life scores of stroke survivors and family caregivers

From: Life satisfaction two-years after stroke onset: the effects of gender, sex occupational status, memory function and quality of life among stroke patients (Newsqol) and their family caregivers (Whoqol-bref) in Luxembourg

   All stroke patients N = 94 Patients Without caregivers N = 32 Patients with caregivers N = 62 Family caregivers N = 62
Stroke-patients’ quality of life Mobility 82.5 (23.2) 83.8 (20.3) 81.8 (24.8)  
(Newsqol dimensions) Self-care 86.6 (22.6) 88.9 (20.2) 85.3 (23.8)  
  Pain 78.9 (27.4) 80.6 (27.7) 78.0 (27.5)  
  Cognition 76.3 (23.8) 73.5 (24.7) 81.1 (21.6)  
  Vision 85.0 (23.9) 86.5 (23.4) 84.2 (24.5)  
  Communication 81.3 (21.9) 87.0 (16.1) 78.1 (24.1)  
  Feelings 77.2 (24.8) 82.4 (25.6) 74.2 (24.0)  
  Interpersonal relationships 89.0 (15.4) 90.7 (18.1) 88.1 (13.8)  
  Emotion 72.5 (25.2) 77.9 (24.1) 69.5 (25.5)  
  Sleep 75.1 (23.9) 82.5 (22.0) 71.0 (24.2)  
  Fatigue 79.5 (24.6) 88.9 (18.1) 74.3 (26.2)  
Family caregivers’ quality of life (Whoqol-bref domains) Physical health     75.4 (15.0)
  Psychological health     70.0 (17.0)
  Environment     73.0 (16.4)
  Social relationships     77.4 (13.9)
  1. Mean (standard deviation).