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Table 2 Longitudinal analysis of health status during one year after a severe injury

From: Longitudinal analysis of health status the first year after trauma in severely injured patients

 EQ-5D
beta (95% CI)
EQ-VAS
beta (95% CI)
HUI2
beta (95% CI)
HUI3
beta (95% CI)
Age0.001 (− 0.001–0.004)−0.008 (− 0.181–0.166)0.001 (− 0.001–0.003)0.001 (− 0.002–0.004)
ASA II1− 0.004 (− 0.076–0.068)1.559 (− 3.936–7.054)− 0.022 (− 0.086–0.042)−0.029 (− 0.122–0.064)
ASA III/IV1− 0.137 (− 0.257– − 0.016)*−6.913 (− 16.540–2.715)−0.176 (− 0.289– − 0.063)*−0.213 (− 0.376– − 0.049)*
Female gender0.004 (− 0.063–0.070)− 2.481 (− 7.563–2.600)−0.031 (− 0.089–0.027)−0.015 (− 0.101–0.070)
Employed0.003 (− 0.079–0.084)−3.184 (− 9.601–3.234)0.041 (− 0.034–0.116)0.074 (− 0.034–0.182)
Multi person household−0.062 (− 0.139–0.015)−2.928 (− 8.900–3.044)−0.002 (− 0.070–0.066)−0.004 (− 0.104–0.096)
Ventilation− 0.045 (− 0.177–0.088)−4.228 (− 14.446–5.990)−0.023 (− 0.140–0.094)−0.032 (− 0.204–0.141)
Injury2
 Head or face0.080 (−0.010–0.169)10.884 (3.982–17.786)*0.083 (0.003–0.162)*0.077 (−0.039–0.193)
 Thorax0.069 (−0.006–0.144)8.157 (2.371–13.943)*0.094 (0.028–0.161)*0.106 (0.009–0.203)*
 Abdomen0.138 (0.012–0.264)*7.969 (−1.768–17.706)0.099 (−0.013–0.212)0.160 (−0.006–0.326)
 Spine−0.025 (− 0.130–0.080)3.581 (−4.529–11.692)−0.025 (− 0.119–0.068)−0.033 (− 0.171–0.106)
 Extremity− 0.031 (− 0.122–0.060)4.042 (− 2.953–11.036)−0.013 (− 0.094–0.067)−0.015 (− 0.133–0.104)
ISS− 0.010 (− 0.017– − 0.004)*−0.803 (− 1.327– − 0.280)*−0.008 (− 0.014– − 0.002)*−0.015 (− 0.024– − 0.006)*
Pre-injury EQ-VAS0.362 (0.177–0.548)*0.002 (− 0.000–0.004)0.002 (− 0.001–0.005)
Pre-injury EQ-5D0.487 (0.289–0.686)*
H-LOS−0.005(− 0.008– − 0.002)*−0.335 (− 0.567– − 0.103)*−0.005 (− 0.008– − 0.003)*−0.007 (− 0.011– − 0.003)*
GCS−0.009 (− 0.021–0.003)−0.576 (− 1.512–0.360)−0.002 (− 0.012–0.009)−0.002 (− 0.017–0.014)
  1. Legend: Longitudinal analysis adjusted for time. EQ-5D Euroqol-5D, HUI Health Utilities Index, Beta Regression coefficient, CI Confidence interval, ASA American Society of Anaesthesiologists classification, ISS Injury Severity Score, H-LOS Hospital length of stay, GCS Glasgow Coma Scale. *p < 0,05; 1ASA I is the reference category; 2Patients that had at least an injury severity ≥ 3