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Table 3 Associations of stroke survivors’ life satisfaction (LS) and family caregivers’ LS with socioeconomic factors and impaired motor and memory functions: regression coefficients and 95% CI

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

   Stroke patients’ LS Family caregivers’ LS
Est. IC 95% p Est. IC 95% p
Intercept          
Sex Female 12.40 1.67 22.85 <0.03 −8.18 −19.63 3.04 0.152
  Male 0.00     0.00    
Occupational status Working −7.00 −19.12 5.20 0.260 2.43 −9.13 13.66 0.661
  At home without activity −13.07 −25.70 −0.63 <0.05 −3.37 −16.34 10.14 0.606
  At the retirement 0.00     0.00    
Impaired motor function Yes −7.47 −17.16 1.92 0.112 −2.95(1) −13.89 8.14 0.600
  No 0.00     0.00    
Impaired memory function Yes −3.39 −12.50 5.78 0.469 −12.81(2) −23.62 −1.96 <0.02
  No 0.00     0.00    
  1. 1 This term should be interpreted as the effect on the Caregiver’ LS of caring for a patient with impaired motor function.
  2. 2 This term should be interpreted as the effect on the Caregiver' LS of caring for a patient with impaired memory function.