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Table 3 Model analysis between demographic and clinical variables and PDQ-39 mobility domain at baseline

From: Predictors of mobility domain of health-related quality of life after rehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease: a pilot study

DEPENDENT VARIABLE multiple R2 adjusted R2 F P value INDEPENDENT VARIABLES Β CI (−95 to + 95%) R2 P value
PDQ-39 mobility domain (baseline) 0.59 0.49 5.86 < 0.0001* Gender −2.05 −9.34 to + 5.24 0.30 0.571
      H&Y 0.01 −15.55 to + 15.58 0.58 0.998
      TUG 36.16 −29.78 to + 102.1 0.84 0.272
      10MWT −9.50 −86.31 to + 67.30 0.81 0.802
      BBS 0.00004 −0.002 to + 0.003 0.68 0.758
      ABC −0.51 − 0.86 to + 0.15 0.41 0.005*
      FOGQ 2.38 + 1.03 to +3.73 0.07 0.001*
      UPDRS part 3 −0.26 −1.45 to + 0.91 0.52 0.645
  1. PDQ-39 mobility domain Parkinson’s Disease Questionnaire mobility domain, H&Y Hoehn and Yahr, TUG Timed up and go, 10MWT 10-m walking test, BBS Berg Balance Scale, ABC Activities Balance Confidence, FOGQ Freezing of gait questionnaire, UPDRS part 3 Unified Parkinson Disease Rating Scale-Motor Section part 3. * P-value < 0.05