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Table 5 Results of the multivariate analysis predicting sleep disorders

From: Body image dissatisfaction and lower self-esteem as major predictors of poor sleep quality in gynecological cancer patients after surgery: cross-sectional study

  Sleep quality (PSQI)
B CI 95% t p value
Age 0.107 (− 0.03; 0.13) 1.24 0.21
Marital status − 0.015 (− 2.11; 1.77) − 0.17 0.86
Have children − 0.15 (− 3.85; 0.38) − 1.63 0.11
Medical coverage system − 0.20 (− 6.48; − 0.46) − 2.29 0.024
Working status 0.025 (− 1.99; 2.75) 0.32 0.75
Socio-economic status 0.007 (− 2.79; 3.01) 0.07 0.94
Time since diagnosis − 0.12 (− 3.23; 0.22) − 1.72 0.08
Anxiety (HADS-A) − 0.07 (− 0.56; 0.41) − 0.30 0.76
Depression (HADS-D) 0.03 (− 0.47; 0.53) 0.12 0.90
Body image dissatisfaction (BID) 0.33 (0.04; 0.31) 2.66 0.009
Self-esteem (RSES) − 0.39 (− 0.40; − 0.01) − 2.14 0.035
  1. B standardized regression coefficient, CI 95% confidence interval 95%, p degree of significance, HADS-A Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale-Anxiety, HADS-D Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale-Depression, BID body image dissatisfaction, RSE Rosenberg's Self-Esteem Scale, PSQI Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index