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Table 4 Estimated multilevel regression coefficients for fixed effects, their standard errors (in parentheses), and p value of the T statistic for the predictors and the dependent variables at baseline, first and second follow-up

From: Associations between demographic, disease related, and treatment pathway related variables and health related quality of life in primary care patients with coronary heart disease

  Index t0 Index t1 Index t2
group −4.58 (3.08) p = .14 −6.21 (3.05) p = .05* −7.87 (2.98) p = .01**
medication −1.72 (3.47) p = .62 −2.66 (3.71) p = .48 −5.50 (3.50) p = .12
group*medication −0.14 (1.65) p = .93 0.92 (1.74) p = .60 2.10 (1.65) p = .21
myocardial infarction −3.17 (2.38) p = .19 −3.66 (2.57) p = .16 −5.20 (2.48) p = .04*
bypass/stent 1.80 (3.04) p = .56 −0.93 (3.28) p = .78 1.27 (3.16) p = .69
gender −2.77 (2.72) p = .31 −9.50 (2.95) p = .001** −6.45 (2.84) p = .02*
age 0.18 (0.15) p = .21 0.01 (0.16) p = .97 −0.10 (0.15) p = .53
partner −2.75 (2.71) p = .31 −1.09 (2.93) p = .71 −0.86 (2.82) p = .76
employment −9.21 (3.73) p = .01** −1.36 (4.02) p = .74 −1.69 (3.88) p = .66
education 2.17 (1.51) p = .15 4.56 (1.62) p = .005** 3.25 (1.57) p = .04*
  1. * p < .05; ** p < .01.