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Table 4 Regression analysis summary for factors impacting on ICIQ-LUTSqol scores, for women with UI, using e-health

From: Quality of life in women with urinary incontinence seeking care using e-health

Variable Unadjusted Ba 95% CI p value Adjusted Ba 95% CI p value
Age (n = 495)
(continious variables 23–77)
0.1 0.0-0.1 0.038c < 0.1 0.0–0.1 0.377c
Any university education (n = 495)
(yes or no)
2.4 0.7–4.1 0.005c 2.1 0.9–3.4 0.001c
Comorbidity (n = 493)
(no comorbidity compared to having comorbidity)
1.9 0.5–3.3 0.006c 1.2 0.2–2.2 0.023c
Type of UI (n = 495)
(SUI compared to UUI/MUI)
3.9 2.4–5.4 < 0.001c 2.5 1.2–3.7 < 0.001c
ICIQ-UI SF score (n = 495)
(continious variables 0–21)
1.6 1.4–1.7 < 0.001c 1.5 1.3–1.7 < 0.001c
  1. Adjusted total no: 493. For the adjusted analyses, the model was adjusted for age, university education, comorbidity, type of UI, and the ICIQ-UI SF score
  2. International Consultation on Incontinence Questionnaire Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Quality of Life (ICIQ-LUTSqol) is a continious variable valued at 19–76
  3. UI urinary incontinence, SUI stress UI, UUI/MUI urgency UI/mixed UI, ICIQ-UI SF international consultation on incontinence questionnaire-urinary incontinence short form, CI confidence interval
  4. aB: regression coefficient
  5. bComorbidity defined as regularly use of prescription drugs
  6. cp values by Linear regression