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Table 4 Results of the 5 linear multiple regression analyses exploring self-rated functioning and disability (assessed with the MYS questionnaire) that were associated with self-rated global health (EQ VAS) among the younger individuals with stroke

From: Young individuals with stroke: a cross sectional study of long-term disability associated with self-rated global health

  Ba 95% CIb p Adjusted R square
1. Impairments      
Tiredness -12.3 -19.6 -5.0 0.001  
Initiative -11.5 -20.4 -2.7 0.011  
Depression -12.2 -21.5 -2.9 0.010  
Pain -10.2 -19.1 -1.3 0.026  
      0.32
2. Activity limitations and Participation restrictions      
Leisure activities -15.6 -21.9 -9.3 0.000  
Work -11.3 -17.5 -5.1 0.000  
Reading -14.0 -21.6 -6.4 0.000  
Cleaning -11.0 -18.1 -3.9 0.003  
      0.50
3. Personal factors      
Low physical activity -21.2 -29.6 -12.9 0.000  
      0.15
4. Environmental factors      
Dependence on significant other -18.2 -25.6 -10.7 0.000  
Personal assistancec -20.2 -30.1 -10.3 0.000  
      0.30
5. Final modeld      
Leisure activities -14.3 -20.5 -8.2 0.000  
Work -11.7 -17.5 -6.0 0.000  
Reading -10.2 -17.6 -2.7 0.008  
Low physical activity -10.8 -16.8 -4.9 0.000  
Personal assistancec -10.8 -18.8 -2.9 0.008  
Tiredness -7.6 -13.6 -1.6 0.013  
      0.60
  1. The independent variables which were the main contributors to explain the variance in self-rated global recovery are presented first and thereafter in descending for each analysis.
  2. aRegression coefficient, bConfidence Interval, cUtilizing personal care provider or personal assistance, dIncluding all significant independent variables in models 1-4.