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Table 3 Factors associated with quality of life in a multivariable regression model

From: The association of selected multiple sclerosis symptoms with disability and quality of life: a large Danish self-report survey

  Satisfaction with life situation Satisfaction with physical health Satisfaction with mental health
B SE beta p B SE beta p B SE beta p
Fatigue −.036 .003 −.232 < .001 −.047 .004 −.275 < .001 −.039 .004 −.239 < .001
Pain −.126 .020 −.145 < .001 −.150 .020 −.154 < .001 −.099 .022 −.106 < .001
Sleep disturbances −.106 .018 −.120 < .001 −.100 .019 −.101 < .001 −.162 .021 −.171 < .001
Impaired ambulation −.157 .041 −.099 < .001 −.482 .042 −.273 < .001 .067 .046 .040 .148
Spasticity −.076 .026 −.074 .003 −.073 .026 −.064 .006 −.044 .029 −.041 .125
Bowel and bladder dysfunction −.146 .049 −.068 .003 −.126 .050 −.053 .012 −.166 .055 −.073 .002
MS duration .030 .006 .097 < .001 .013 .007 .036 .058 .035 .007 .106 < .001
BMI .003 .010 .006 .774 −.037 .010 −.069 < .001 .024 .011 .047 .022
Smoking status .028 .046 .012 .536 .035 .047 .014 .453 .035 .051 .014 .499
Occupational status −.257 .068 −.090 < .001 −.107 .070 −.034 .124 −.240 .076 −.079 .002
Income .013 .048 .006 .784 −.016 .048 −.006 .735 .035 .053 .014 .514
Family status −.146 .041 −.068 < .001 −.031 .042 −.013 .459 −.111 .046 −.049 .016
Educational level .030 .026 .024 .238 −.006 .026 −.005 .808 .054 .029 .041 .059
  1. B, unstandardized coefficient; SE, standard error; beta, standardized coefficient; p, p-value; BMI, body mass index. Bold p-values represent p-values < 0.05. Underlined and bold beta-values represent the highest/lowest beta-values